The Naye caves
From Jaman to the Rochers-de-Naye, two routes are possible depending on the weather conditions and the opening of the paths. The first one crosses the Naye caves, a 170-metre-long steep passage alternating between narrow (and slippery) passages and wide caves, and requires full equipment (helmet, headlamp and good shoes). The second, called the "Ladder Trail", is a succession of steep stairs on the side of the cliff. Not recommended for people prone to vertigo, but does not require special equipment.
For properly equipped hikers
Trail through the caves
The Naye Caves are generally open from mid-July to October, depending on the amount of snow. Please bring a helmet, a headlamp and good shoes. Some passages are narrow and others slippery. It is not recommended for people with claustrophobia or vertigo. There is a secure outdoor path.
Alternative via an external pathway
The Ladder Trail
If you are not well equipped to cross the Naye caves, this second itinerary is available to you to reach the Rochers-de-Naye. A staircase has been built outside the caves to allow you to go around them. This path consists of a succession of very steep steps.