Lac de Guéry is a listed site which offers a breathtaking view of the Chaîne des Puys and the Sancy massif.

A wild waterfall that feeds the highest lake in Auvergne

Framed by the massif of the Banne d'Ordanche, the Aiguillier massif as well as by the Tuillière and Sanadoire rocks, Guery Lake is notably fed by the “Mortes du Guéry” stream which turns into a waterfall that can be easily discovered by taking the path laid out around the lake.

The waterfall is accessible from Lake Guéry.

A natural site of raw beauty

Going to discover the Col du Guéry waterfall will also allow you to marvel at the beautiful panoramas of the lake which culminates at 1250 meters above sea level and which extends over 26 hectares. It is a body of water created by a basaltic lava flow and by glacial erosion.

How to get to the Col du Guéry waterfall?

The walk to reach the waterfall is quite easy. Allow about 20 minutes to get there. To do this, from the Col du Guéry car park, follow the blue path “The Guéry discovery trail – shortcut”. take it 3 kilometers long, it should take you about 1 hour 45 minutes. It crosses landscapes of green moors and tall forests. However, be careful when you arrive at the level of the waterfall, especially if you are accompanied by children, because its plumb is not protected.

Waterfall of the dead of Guéry

The waterfall itself tumbles over a dozen meters and offers a magnificent spectacle.

Access to the Guéry waterfall

Departure from Cap Guéry Mountain Center.
Walking time: 1h45 round trip.
Follow the path marked in blue “The Guéry discovery trail – shortcut”

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