The Bonnecombe Lake

At the gates of the Aubrac Plateau, at the beginning of the Lakes Route.

The fishing pond at Bonnecombe Pass

On the Aubrac, find the Bonnecombe lake, perched at 1350 meters above sea level. Located on the commune of Les Salces, it is the gateway to the famous Lakes Route, marking the starting point for breathtaking landscapes.

Located on the Pesquio Creek passage, the Bonnecombe lake is surrounded by bogs and wetland areas, home to a large and varied wildlife. A pontoon allows easy access and to circulate around the pond. In summer, you will have the chance to observe the Aubrac cows nearby, together with their calves and the bull, grazing peacefully.


During summer, the pond is open to all for fishing the rainbow trout. The site is managed by the Departmental Fisheries Federation. The nearby buron mountain pasture hut is open to the public and you can rent fishing rods and other bait. Fishing is more leisure-oriented than sporty and it is an ideal place for an afternoon with the family.
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