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Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau
Cenise Plateau

Cenise Plateau

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Nestled between the Rochers de Leschaux and the Bargy range, the Cenise Plateau is easily accessible from Mont-Saxonnex. Breathtaking landscapes and panoramas!
The sectors of Cenise - Les Combes are rich in wetlands of heritage interest and include important wintering areas for black grouse, which take refuge there in winter to find the necessary rest during this period of slow activity . To limit the disturbance of these species in winter, be sure to stay in the already existing tracks and not to deviate from the main routes.

Infos techniques

Col de Cenise Route de Morsullaz
74130 Mont-Saxonnex
Lat : 46.019116Lng : 6.449053
53 d

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Open period

All year round.

History, culture and heritage

The Cenise plateau benefits from the Sensitive Natural Spaces policy carried by the Departmental Council and applied locally by the Cluses Arve & mountains community of municipalities. This policy aims to implement actions to protect and enhance natural sites with great ecological wealth.
The Cenise plateau is also part of the European network of Natura 2000 sites, which aims to better take into account natural issues in human activities. It falls within the perimeter of the Natura 2000 site of the Bargy massif.

Contact

Phone : 04 50 96 97 27

Email : tourisme@cluses-montagnes.com

Website : www.mont-saxonnex.info

Facebook : www.facebook.com/montsaxonnex/

Reception conditions for animals

Dogs must be leashed all year long.

Updated by

Cluses Arve & montagnes Tourisme - 13/10/2021
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Price(s)

Free access.

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