Le Collet-d'Allevard :
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Le Collet-d'Allevard Travel guide
Le Collet-d'Allevard : Michelin's recommendations
After passing through the little valleys of Greyton and Gleyzin and going on to the corridor of the upper Bréda, you will reach the Collet-d’Allevard by a road that makes its way though a forest of fir trees. Follow the guidebook to move from the southwest to the northeast: the peaks of the Vercors, the eastern rampart of the Chartreuse, aligned with the Dent de Crolles at the Granier, looking over the Petites Roches plateau and the Grésivaudan valley, the Chambéry water gap, the Bauges massif, the Combe de Savoie and the Vallée des Huiles. Get a more unobstructed view of your surroundings by going as far as Super Collet (1 620m), 4km away.