The Tines well is a waterfall located between the commune of Champagne-en-Varlromey, in the hamlet of Lilignod and that of Valromey-sur-Séran, from the former village of Lompnieu.
This site is spectacular during snowmelt and heavy rainfall.
The Tines well is a tall rocky basin, 6 m deep, located in the undergrowth. The water of this waterfall has the particularity of falling through holes dug by the current.
Tines are the name given to the cavities carved in the rock by the waters of the Séran.
Not to be confused with the Tines bridge located a few kilometres upstream of the Séran.
Warning: the site is not easy to access.
From 01/01/ to 31/12/
- Pets welcome