Hike: Lac Cornu & Lacs Noirs

Hike: Lac Cornu & Lacs Noirs

In the heart of the Aiguilles Rouges mountain range

This hike to Lac Cornu and Lacs Noirs is a good option if you have already been to Lac Blanc or if you are looking for a less crowded atmosphere. Allow 5 hours (without break) back and forth Planpraz gondola lift. From 12.

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Rates and Contact

Rates

1 to 4 people

  • €140 / 4hrs
  • €225 / 7hrs

5 to 8 people

  • €160 / 4hrs
  • €250 / 7hrs

Contact

Each of my guided hikes is personalised. Feel free to contact me below:

    Description

    The Lac Cornu and Lacs Noirs in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc

    This hiking quotation system is indicative. Hire me as a mountain leader or evolve at your own risk. Please, do not overestimate your capacities. Mountain can be a hostile environment.
    For more informations, download this hiking level guide (french only).

    Lac Cornu (2276m) and lacs Noirs (2535/2550m) are not as popular as Lac Blanc for those visiting Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. The atmosphere will be less crowded to appreciate an incredible view towards Rochers des Fiz and the Aravis mountain range.

    The first part of the hike to Lac Cornu follows the 4WD track. At the sign post take the alpine track pointing Lac Cornu direction.This trail is getting steeper and steeper near lac Cornu Pass (2406m). After the pass, you will discover a splendid mineral landscape overhanging a deep blue lake taking the shape of a heart: Lac Cornu.
    Lacs Noirs are just 45min-1h away. There is a lot of chance both lakes are still frozen! Several chamois will look at you from a boulder out of the corner of their eyes. Follow the same track back to Planpraz mid station.

    Equipment

    What you should take for this hike

    For your own comfort, please follow these recommendations to fully enjoy our guided hike in Mont-Blanc area.

    Meeting Point

    La Cab’

    Meet me at 9:30 am at the Bar Restaurant La Cab’la cab chamonix-mont-blanc localisation