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Le Bargy reaches a height of 2100 m, the fauna on this massif is made up of ibexes, chamois and marmots. The Lammergeyer, which is half a bird of prey and half a vulture, was successfully reintroduced a few years ago and can be seen by walkers if they use powerful telescopes.



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You can easily get to Lake Bénit, nestling 1500 m up from the foot of Le Bargy, which is a two and a half hour walk from the Le Jarbay tourist centre. Keen trout fishermen and climbers can each indulge in their favourite sport in a dream setting.



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View of the skiing pistes of Mont Sax and Le Bargy from the Plateau de Cenyse.



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The Plateau de Cenyse is located at 1600 m and is the border between Mont Saxonnex and the Commune of Le Petit Bornand. It is perfect for walks both in summer and in winter. (access to the Pic du Jalouvre, Lac de Lessy below…)



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All you have to do is walk around the village church to find a wonderful panoramic view from the Arve valley to the mountains of the Jura. From this panoramic viewpoint you have a 180° view of numerous peaks, and there is a viewing table to tell you their names.



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A visit to the church of Mont Saxonnex is a must. It is located on a promontory looking out over the whole of the valley, from Cluses to the Swiss border.



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Lake Bénit and its refreshment area, a perfect one-hour walk for families, 1477 m from Mont Saxonnex.



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