When the Nouvelle France newspaper reported the “collapse” of a mountain on 24th June 1877, it was describing the crumbling of La Molluire on the south...Read more
5 km from La Rosière, the viewing area by the Saint Michel Chapel allows you to identify the various peaks that surround La Rosière.
Panoramic view over the Petit-Saint-Bernard pass, Mont Blanc, Grand Jorasses, Mont Pourri and Tarentaise Valley
1700m in height. Le Col du Pré is a window open onto Mont-Blanc. This place is an interesting starting point for hiking but also a difficult objective...Read more
2000 meters in altitude, famous spot of the Tour de France, enabling to join Tarentaise and Maurienne.The Col de la Madeleine has been crossed 25...Read more
1557m in height. This lake has a surface area of 45 hectares. You will appreciate the wild side of this lake !
Since three skyview platforms were constructed here, the Mont Revard Belvedere offers a 360° panoramic view.Accessible by car or bus.
This 5205-hectare Reserve Nationale de Chasse enjoys international acclaim thanks to its chamois goats, an iconic species in the area.
Leave everything else behind as you explore a peaceful world of chalets and plains nestled in the heart of a vast limestone, forest-covered landscape....Read more
At an altitude of 895 m, the Mont Saint-Michel offers visitors a network of walks and hikes, rewarded by the exceptional panorama of the summit.