The Anorak family chalet in Super Besse, your starting point to discover the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park
The Chaudefour Valley National Nature Reserve is a reserve located in Auvergne in the Puy-de-Dôme. It was created in 1991 in the Regional Natural Park of the Volcanoes of Auvergne and covers an area of 820 hectares.
Classified as a "Natural Reserve" since 1991, the Chaudefour Nature Reserve is a protected natural site to preserve remarkable fauna and flora as well as its many mineral springs. Explore on foot its glacial cirque and its dykes (sharp rocks): the Rooster Ridge and the Dent de la Rancune. This nature reserve is home to splendid landscapes, a very rich fauna as well as fascinating geological sites. The ease of access to this site makes it very popular with hikers and nature admirers.
natural of Chaudefour, 63790 Chambon-sur-Lac: 04 73 65 64 26
Free access -parking- and visits all year round (dogs prohibited on the site)
Leaving the village of Chambon-sur-Lac, head towards the Col de la Croix Saint-Robert for 7 km.
From Mont-Dore, head towards Besse via the Col de la Croix Saint-Robert.
Anorak family chalet in Super Besse and its exceptional panorama of the Sancy massif
Information and reservations
Tel: 06 86 75 47 66