After the Vallon du Fier, I continued walking and, after a detour through a trail along the Nant de Calvi, I reached Poisy, a village northwest of Annecy. My goal was to cross the Montagne d’Âge, a small mountain that is part of the Jura mountains, from the north to the south on the way to Château de Montrottier and the Gorges du Fier in Lovagny.
Above, view of the Montagne d’Âge from the trail around Mont Rampignon, near Mont Veyrier.
Above, roses in Poisy.
Above, Montagne de la Mandallaz nearby.
Above, in the Marais de Poisy (Poisy swamp), on the way to Montagne d’Âge.
Above, start of the trail, on the north side of Montagne d’Âge.
Above, fallen chestnuts.
Above, summit. No view though.
Above, view to the west at the Croix de Nonglard.
Above, the cross.
Above, exiting the forest.
Above, view on the Albanais.
Above, Semnoz covered by clouds. The Château de Montrottier can be seen in the foreground.
Above, La Tournette.
Above, field in Lovagny.
Above, Château de Montrottier.
Above, path to Gorges du Fier.
Above, Fier river near the Gorges.