For people with reduced mobility, a joëlette is available upon reservation:
At the Chalet de Laus
Book the Colmars joëlette
ATTENTION: this is the only accessible parking lot for campervans larger than 2.10 meters. Parking available for 24 hours. See location
Parking de la Cluite: free of charge out of season, pay and regulated access from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the following periods: June 17-18, June 24-25, July 1 to September 3, September 9-10.
You can reserve your parking space online only during the high summer season.
Access to the lake via the GR56 takes 5 hours round-trip from the Cluite parking lot, and 1? hours round-trip from the Laus parking lot. See location
Tour of Lac d’Allos: 1h
I reserve my parking space
As in all
French National Parks
pets are prohibited.
This exceptional environment is extremely fragile, so be sure to respect national park regulations.
Please note that small children are not allowed to swim in the lake, which is very cold!
Maps and guides are available in
our tourist offices
Stroller access is complicated and requires a baby carrier. If you’re at an altitude of over 2,000 m, remember to protect yourself from the sun, and bring something to cover up with if the weather changes.
Provide plenty of water.
Although this is an easy walk, walking shoes are a must.
Don’t forget your binoculars.
Dry toilets are installed at the Laus parking lot and near the refuge.
For more information, contact the Val d’Allos tourist office.