The Oz Waterfall is near the Oz station, in Le Bessey hamlet. Easily accessible in the summer, it will amaze you from its height of 20 meters!
Descriptif Oz Waterfall
The discovery of the Cascade d'Oz is a nice outing to do with family! From the Tourist Office, get down at Clos du Pré. Below, at the edge of the forest, you will find the beginning of the path that will lead you to the hamlet of Le Bessey. The cobblestones on the way remind us of the Roman road of Bourg d'Oisans. You will be able to have a first glimpse of the Roubier, the stream which goes through Oz, while passing the Pont du Gay. In the hamlet, take the path on the left before the asphalt road, direction "La Cascade". At the bridle, take left again and walk to the stream.
WARNING: This walk without difficulty has 200m of difference in altitude from Oz. Possibility to walk down and go up to the station by free shuttle, stop LE BESSEY (only during the winter and summer seasons)
NEARBY: Ferruginous Source
- Open air
Classification & labels
- Pets welcome
- Not accessible in a wheelchair
From 01/01 to 31/12.
Accessible all year-round. In winter, the trail may be impassable and slippery depending on snow conditions.
Free of charge