Natural and man-made lakes
Our selection of natural and man-made lakes that you can reach easily!
Cool off, relax, have fun, enjoy a spot of fishing or water sports….There’s something to delight all ages!
Lac de la Rosière in Courchevel Moriond
A turquoise treasure waiting to be discovered
Nestling in a preserved green setting surrounded by forest at the foot of the famous Dent du Villard, the Lac de la Rosière is the perfect place for a relaxing day with family or friends. Discover its waterside barbeque and picnic area, kayaking, botanical path, treetop adventure trail and via ferrata at the heart of nature, on the water’s edge.
Our favourite: Take a break at the refreshments chalet run by Roland Georges, as famous for the warm welcome it extends as the lovingly prepared crêpes that it serves, showcasing local organic ingredients.
⛔ Swimming prohibited
Courchevel Le Praz man-made lake
The coolest for a fresh break
Summer 2020: Revamped facilities!
Dominated by the Courchevel Olympic ski jumping hills, its surroundings, designed for walking and relaxation, allow you to follow the training and competitions of the world’s best jumpers live.
The practice of fishing also attracts many amateurs.
Supervised swimming area
Lac de Tueda in Méribel
Reach for the stars…
At the heart of Tuéda Nature Reserve, a lake of the same name nestles on a high-altitude plateau, boasting stunning landscapes that bear striking similarities to the Canadian Far North. Fans of fly fishing won’t be disappointed, with this being the main activity here, at the heart of nature, surrounded by beautiful views.
Les Bruyères man-made lake in Les Menuires
Easily accessible to families
Discover Les Bruyères man-made lake – the perfect destination for an easy walk, a spot of fishing, a fun MTB ride… Make your way around it, exploring the wetlands and finding out more about the rare protected species who live there. Stop and admire the scenery, have a picnic, lie back and do nothing for a while, listening to the sound of the river…