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When alpine meadows, mountains and rock faces are reflected in the emerald blue water of the Lac de Tseuziers, the hiker takes his breath away.
The Lac de Tseuzier is a reservoir above Ayent.
It can be reached via the Rhone Valley by car or in summer by post bus, on foot over the Rawil Pass or as a conclusion to the adventurous Suonen hike along the Bisse du Ro from Crans-Montana. The starting point of the easy hike around the lake is the dam wall.
Along the lake shore there are marked paths around the Lac de Tseuzier.
Although the hiker hardly has to plan more than one hour for the circular path, this route is very varied.
Waterfalls, brooks, woods, an incredible flora and even a typical Valais suone lead the hiker around the lake.
Another highlight of the round tour is a newly built suspension bridge with a view of the entire reservoir. Rarely is a circular path around a reservoir as breathtaking as the path around the Lac de Tseuzier. equipment Good footwear.