Barrandon Pond

Barrandon Pond

Type of visit : Natural site
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A grand historical site that is accessible to everyone for a pleasant family day in the great outdoors, looking for the most handsome trout.
Barrandon Pond lies on the southern slope of Mont Lozère, in the central zone of the Cévennes National Park, and it is a historic site. The landscape is both austere and grand. Only a part of the lake’s surface area is open for fishing. The cold waters of Mont Lozère gathering in this natural depression quickly make the trout living in it remarkably hardy.

Practical informations

Open from 1 May to 18 September from 10 am to 6 pm.
On Mont Lozère in the municipality of Les Laubies.
Road access is on the D 35, between the Col de Montmirat pass and Le Pont de Montvert
Equipment and bait are available on-site. Shady picnic area.


Laurent Suau
Fédération de Pêche de la Lozère
12 avenue du Père Coudrin, 48000 Mende
04 66 65 36 11