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  • 1 Massif de la Vanoise Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    This massif stretches between the Isère Valley in the north and the Arc Valley in the south, covering nearly a third of Savoie. Heaven for skiers, walkers and mountaineers, the 500km2 of the central zone of the National Park created in 1963 have some..

  • 2 Rock of Bellevarde Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    An orientation table situated at a height of 2 826m allows visitors to observe the Val-d'Isère dominated by the Grande Sassière, Tsanteleina, the glaciers and the sources of the River Isère. Further to the north are Lake Chevril and Mont-Blanc. Other..

  • 3 Route de l'Iseran Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Built in 1937, this scenic route provides a superb link between the Tarentaise and the Maurienne. At an altitude of 2 770m, it is the highest point of the Route des Grandes Alpes. It will take you past the Tête du Solaise (2 551m) to the foot of the ..

  • 4 Tête du Solaise Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Located at an altitude of 2 551m, the Tête du Solaise offers a magnificent panorama over the Isère valley (from Val d'Isère to Lac du Chevril), as well as the Grande Sassière, Mt Pourri, Grande Motte and Sana Point. The Tête du Solaise can also be ac..

  • 5 Fours Pass Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    An excellent mountain hike will take you first to the Fonds des Fours refuge with a view of Grande Sassière, the Mont-Blanc massif, the Sache dome and Bellevarde. At the 3 000m-high pass, a magnificent view over a lake enclosed by the Jave glacier an..

  • 6 Belvédère de la Tarentaise Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    From the viewing table (alt 2 528m), the panorama takes in the Vanoise (Grande Motte), Mont Pourri and Grande Sassière ranges in the distance, with Val d'Isère and the Lac de Tignes in the foreground.

  • 7 Iseran Pass Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    The impressively austere Iseran Pass is one of the highest roads in France. It is a pleasant starting point to reach the Grand Pissaillas glacier at an altitude of 3 300m where visitors will enjoy the magnificent views.

  • 8 Espace Killy

    Towns and villages

    The Espace Killy refers to the skiing areas of Tignes and Val d'Isère. Its size (hundreds of kilometres of runs, good-quality snow cover and grandiose high-altitude scenery make this an exceptional place. Val d'Isère is steeper and more suited to exp..

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