2 - 3
FATMAP difficulty grade
The trail starts at the no trespassing signs before the bridge (if you don't have a car high enough, I recommend leaving it at the beginning of the driveway, as it is very bumpy).
For about half of the route you follow a wide forest road through the woods of the valley.
After a short descent you pass a wooden bridge, from here the trail begins, first encountering some alpine pastures and then climbing a grassy slope.
The trail continues up and down among the last shrubs, within sight of a small lake we will now be minutes away from reaching Lower Frudière Lake.
We walk all the way along the path to its right, until we start climbing again up grassy slopes, here we encounter a few steep sections, and then come out at Upper Frudière Lake from which we can already see the little man on the pass.
With another 10 minutes of walking on an easy path we will reach it.