The Lac Vivier is small fishing lake located along the trail that runs through the Montjoie Valley between Saint-Gervais and Les Contamines. Across from the lake, on the other side of the river Bonnant you will find the hamlet of Bionnay.
The lake is a fishing lake and there is a small pond next to it that contains the trout spawning grounds. This smaller pond is fenced off and should not be accessed. To fish in the lake, you will need a fishing permit which you can purchase the tourist office.
There is a stone grilling pit and few picnic tables nearby. All in all a nice location if you want to take the family out fishing or have a little picnic.
Linked Trails & Points of Interest
These are the trails and points of interests linked to this lake.
Point to Point Trail:
A nice route through a large part of the Montjoie Valley passing through numerous little hamlets and nice open fields with nice views all around.
When to Go
Start Apr - End Oct
3.0 - 4.0 Hours
+554m / -197m
7+ Years old
1.5 - 2.0 Hours
Very Easy (1/5)
Location & Map
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