The Lac de Tseuzier is an artificial reservoir created by the Rawyl dam, built from 1953 to 1957. Today, framed by forests, pastures, waterfalls and dramatic mountain peaks, the lake offers hikers a wonderfully refreshing experience of nature.
Today was a perfect sunny day for this hike. The turquoise color of the lake was in perfect symbiosis with the warm autumn mosaic of the forest and meadows. Wherever you stand, you are surrounded by dramatic mountain walls.
It is a easy and accessible hike for families. Opposite of the dam, at the far end of the lake, there are several lovely picnic places. Here, the trail passes the start of the Bisse de Sion, a historical irrigation channel built from 1901 to 1903 to carry water all the way to the river La Sionne.

We did 6km in approximately 2 hours.




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