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- First visit, staying with friends, lovely resort , non touristy , good weather ,no queues. Very pretty villages if crans and montanaWritten 10 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I walked the Bisse du Ro a few times when I was in Crans Montana for a week in September. There has clearly been a lot of effort invested into the trail and it is very well maintained, as it needs to be given where it goes. If heights make you uncomfortable, this is probably not the trail for you. However, when I was there only one part of the trail was along a section with a large drop and no safety rail (you hold on to a rope attached to a cliff face - I've attached a photo of this section), and even on that bit they're in the process of building a suspension bridge to circumvent that section.
The part of the trail that runs alongside the water course (so basically the bit from Crans Montana) is, by necessity, quite flat so you don't need to be particularly fit to walk that section, although there are a couple of bits that go under low rocky outcrops, so you'd need to be fit enough to duck to a level of about three feet or so. Much of the trail is along walkways suspended on a vertical cliff face. The walkway is wide enough that two people can pass each other without too much difficulty, but it would still be a bit of a palaver if it was very busy (which it wasn't when I was there in September).
After a mile or so, at the end of the water course, the flat bit ends and the trail becomes more of a standard mountain trail, which I followed all the way to the dam (and back).
Basically it's a pretty easy walk with stunning views.Written 20 November 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Never fail to enjoy the beautiful lake in any season when visiting Crans Montana. In winter when is frozen, it is really beautiful.Written 10 March 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.