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  • 1 Caron Peak Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 73440 Val-Thorens

    From the Caron peak is one of the most beautiful panoramic views in the Alps across to Mont-Blanc, the Vanoise, Queyras, Thabor and Ecrins massifs.

  • 2 Route de la Croix-de-Fer Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Rue de la Croix de Fer F - Saint-Martin-de-Belleville

    The route traverses a wild landscape dotted by mountain communities which thanks to its isolation retains its charm. Among the more spectacular sites, don't miss the Collet de Vaujany for its view of the west face of the Grandes-Rousses; the Combe d'..

  • 3 Mont de la Chambre Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 73440 Les Menuires

    Mont de la Chambre has an altitude of 2,850 m and offers a fine panorama of the Mont-Blanc massif, Méribel valley, Vanoise and Val-Thorens glaciers, as well as Arves, Grandes Rousses or Belledonne peaks.

  • 4 Church of St Martin Interesting

    Religious buildings

    pl. de l'Église F - 73440 St-Martin-de-Belleville

    This low, squat church has a finely-decorated interior. The decoration of the high altar reredos is a magnificent combination of wood and gold.

  • 5 Peclet Glacier Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    F - 73440 Val-Thorens

    The Peclet glacier and Caron peak are part of the mountain landscape which also includes the Grandes Rousses and Belledonne massifs. In the summer, visitors can take the Télésiège des 3300 (chair-lift) to a viewpoint with a sumptuous panoramic view o..

  • 6 Chapel of N.-D.-de-Vie

    Religious buildings

    rte des Ménuires F - 73440 Saint-Martin-de-Belleville

    A popular place of pilgrimage in the mountains on 15 August and the 1st Sunday in September, this small 17C chapel with astonishing architecture is flanked by a slender bell-tower.

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