Cascade d’Angon

(Cute du Grenand, Chute du Nant d'Oy)

Cascade d’Angon is a beautiful waterfall east of Lac d’Annecy near the village Angon in the region Rhone Alpes/Haute Savoie, France.

From Annecy you have to take the D909 at the east side of the lake to Talloires. Just before the next village Angon take the exit to the left. The trail starts a little bit further on the left and goes steep up.
Another possibility is to drive from Talloires to Verel over the D42. In Verel a signed trail starts from Chemin de Verel and takes 20-40 minutes.

It is possible to walk behind the waterfall on a manmade path in the mountainside. Cascade d’Angon is appr. 40 meters high and is fed by two small rivers Nant de Grenant and Nant d’Oy.

2 thoughts on “Cascade d’Angon

  • 6 October 2019 at 11:21


    I would like to know if CASCADE D’ANGON is open at the end of December?


    • 7 October 2019 at 16:30

      Hi Noam,

      Access to the waterfall is free so I don’t think you have any problems getting there. I am not sure if there is a water in the waterfall in December but if there is enough rainfall in the week before it should do.

      Let me know how it was and I am always interested in pictures of cascade d’Angon in wintertime.



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About Cascade d’Angon

CountryWaterfalls in France
RegionRhone Alpes/Haute Savoie
LocationTalloires-Lac d'Annecy
RiverNant de Grenant, Nant d'Oy
Best visitSpring-after heavy rainfall

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