Enjoy the low level of Lac de La Gruyère to walk over to the Isle of Ogoz!
At the end of winter, the lake Lac de La Gruyère is emptied to accommodate the water when the snow melts. This is a normal process for this artificial lake dating from 1948.
The low water level allows hikers to walk to the Isle of Ogoz, which has become a peninsula due to the falling waters.
Take the opportunity to discover the rich history of the island and its towers dating from the 13th century. Be careful, the island is fragile. Respect the area by taking your rubbish with you and by not moving the pebbles on the Island.
Practical information: The car park is in Le Bry, follow the indications on the spot.