Pierrier des Rousses
To the far east of the ski area, this 3.3 kilometre walk over scree terrain showcases a wild, yet impressive, landscape in an area shaped by an enormous landslide that took place in 1946. A few larch trees, copses and rhododendrons have since made this place their home. You will see many traces of mountain hares, Alpine ibex, chamois, foxes, and stoats. In the spring, you may even catch a glimpse of the famous ring ouzel, an extremely rare and protected bird. Note: The route could be made more difficult by heavy snowfall and poor visibility. It is strongly advised that you avoid this route in bad weather.
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