Cool down with this ride around the lake, stopping to explore the villages of Allemont and Oz, as well as the Hydrelec museum. Throw in some pedal-boating and a picnic on the banks of the lake and you have your perfect day!
Around the Lac du Verney by e-bike


Ride down to the Lac du Verney from Vaujany. Turn right, following signs for the Col du Glandon and Col de la Croix de Fer. After 2 km, take the next road left (D43) towards Le Villaret and Allemont. This lovely road takes you into the upper reaches of Allemont village. Ride down to the dam and along to the sports centre to cool off. Then cross over the dam and take the D44 up to Oz. Take a stroll through the steep village lanes, then return to the lake on the same road. The Hydrelec museum is located just before the climb up to Vaujany.

Recharging: in restaurants in Allemont.
A list of outlets offering the E-bike service is available on
Refreshments and restaurants during the ride: Allemont, Oz village

Points of interest en-route:
The lovely road to Le Villaret.
The villages of Allemont and Oz.
The Hydrelec museum.
The Maison de la Faune wildlife museum, Vaujany, free entry.
The Heritage Centre (Espace Patrimoine), Vaujany, free entry.
The Lac du Verney with its waterside restaurant et watersports centre (SUP, pedal boats and windsurfing).
Market: Friday mornings in Vaujany in the square next to the cable car.
Monday mornings in Allemont, Plan Barbier.

Oppening periods

From 01/05 to 31/10.


Free access.


Around the Lac du Verney by e-bike