The Lac d'Anterne is a sizeable lake located on a plateau inside the Sixt-Passy natural reserve surrounded by a circle of high peaks that feed water into the lake. These peaks include the Tete de Villy on the eastern side, the Tete de Moede on the southern side and the Tete a l'Ane on the western side. The lake has no river flowing out of it. Instead the water flows out from chasms at the bottom of the lake. The lake is set in wide grasslands with many little streams flowing into the lake.
Linked Trails & Points of Interest
These are the trails and points of interests linked to this lake.
A well-known classic route for exploring the Fiz mountain range. The trail offers a nice variation in scenery with great views of the Mont Blanc and multiple valleys and well-known peaks.
When to Go
Mid Jun - Start Oct
9.0 - 14.0 Hours
+2076m / -2076m
15+ Years old
5.0 - 7.0 Hours
Location & Map
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