At the end of winter, I walked on the Via Gebennensis from Col du Mont Sion to Frangy, continuing the Camino de Santiago where I had left off the last time.
Here is a map of the path I walked (download KML):
In the morning, I took a LIHSA bus (T72 line) to Col du Mont Sion. Then I started walking through fields, villages and forests. Along the way, there was a great view on the Jura mountains, like Le Vuache or Grand Crêt d’Eau. Finally, I arrived in Frangy, where I took a LISHA bus (22 line) back to Annecy.
Above, LIHSA bus stop at Col du Mont Sion.
Above, Village du Père Noël (Santa Claus Village), an all-year-round Christmas shop.
Above, on the path.
Above, Camino de Santiago path marker.
Above, looking back at Col du Mont Sion.
Above, on the way to Charly.
Above, Chapelle Saint-Jacques in Charly.
Above, La Tournette in the background.
Above, Grand Crêt d’Eau.
Above, snow on Crêt de la Neige.
Above, in Cernex.
Above, Le Vuache.
Above, farm in Contamine-Sarzin.
Above, Eglise Sainte-Foy-Saint-Loup in Contamine-Sarzin.
Above, Montagne de la Mandallaz.
Above, Le Mont.
Above, at Pont du Pissieu, crossing the river Fornant.
Above, Cascade de la Borbannaz.
Above, on the way down to Frangy.
Above, Eglise Saint-Aquilin in Frangy.
Above, LIHSA bus stop in Frangy.