|Starting point:||Estavannes Dessus|
|Getting to the starting point:||Car or bus from Bulle|
|Back from the destination:||Car to Bulle or Gstaad; railway/bus back to Estavannes Dessus|
|Difference in elevation:||Ascent 300 m, descent 300 m|
|Season:||March to November|
|Note: Once a trader returned late from the market and his horse swallowed the full moon as it drank from the village fountain at Lessoc. To prevent that in the future, a domed roof was built over it in 1809.|
The hike starts in Estavannes-Dessus. From the church, walkers enjoy a majestic panorama of the Intyamon valley (Haute Gruyère).
The route passes through Estavannes-Dessous to Grandvillard, where information panels are affixed to several historic buildings. It continues through forests and meadows to the small village of Lessoc; at the midway point, a short detour to the small chapel of Notre-Dame du Roc (built in 1684) in the hamlet of Le Bu is a "must".
As well as the beautiful poyas, worthwhile attractions include the church at Lessoc with its carved wooden ceiling and impressive fresco paintings, and the fountain with its famous legend.
It is worth finishing the walk by crossing the wooden bridge over the Saane (built in 1667) and the historic stone bridge over the Hongrin; Montbovon is reached after passing the Bellegarde farmhouse.
The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.