Imagine: not a sound except the crunch of your snowshoes on the snow, with the unique landscape of the Pierrier des Rousses, which was created by an earthquake in 1946 and which has left an indelible trace that can be seen along its 3.3km route.
Let yourself be surprised by an extraordinary landscape!
At the eastern end of the ski area, this walk extends for 3.3 kilometres across the scree in the middle of a site resulting from a gigantic landslide dating from 1946. The landscape here is breath-taking and wild. A few larches, groves and rhododendrons have since taken root since the landslide. You will find plenty of tracks of mountain hares, ibex, chamois, foxes, ermines and in spring the extremely rare and protected ring ouzel.
Note: the route may be made difficult by heavy snowfall and lack of visibility. We recommend that you do not attempt this trail in bad weather.
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Distance: 3.3 km
Height gain/loss: + 250m / - 250m