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Ecrin National Park center - Lautaret pass

The Ecrins National Park Visitor Center
Entry is free of charge.
You can there see a fabulous exposition about the nature and the Ecrins National Park
Books, T.shirts, stickers are sold too

 

Visitor and information center; seasonal (Summer).
Projections, documentation, books of the Park, exposition.

 

Overtures :

From 16/06 to 15/09 between 10 am and 6 pm.
Closed the rest of the year.

 

 

D1091
Col du Lautaret
05480 Villar d'Arène

 

Phone : 04 92 24 49 74

Phone : 04 92 21 42 15

Lautaret pass - Natural Reserve of Combeynot

Col du Lautaret - © © OTHV

Villar d'Arène

04 92 40 20 10

Lautaret pass - Natural Reserve of Combeynot

The Lautaret pass is the crossing point between the Romanche Valley and the Guisane Valley. It is also one of the lowest points on the ridge line separating the Northern Alps and the Southern Alps.

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The land of the Meije (Circuit n°16)

La Meije domine La Grave - © Bertrand Boone

La Grave

04 76 79 90 05

The land of the Meije (Circuit n°16)

The village of La Grave, a temple for mountaineers and ofpiste skiers, is known the world over. However, due to its particularly tortuous access, this village was only linked to the rest of the world by road during the second half of the 20th century.

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Projections-talks with a ranger from the Ecrins National Park

Campagnol - © ©jardinage.eu

Villar d'Arène

04 92 24 49 74

04 76 79 90 05

Projections-talks with a ranger from the Ecrins National Park

Encounter in pictures around the discovery of the flora, and exchanges with a guard-monitors about the proliferation, in certain places, of terrestrial voles, which, with their galleries, cause damage in the meadows of mowing.

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Ecrins National Park

Parc National des Ecrins secteur Haute Romanche - © © R.Papet-PNE

Briançon

04 92 24 49 74

Ecrins National Park

Covering an area of 91,800 hectares in the central zone, the Ecrins National Park, straddling the Isère and Hautes-Alpes department, covers a mountainous surface ranging from 800 to 4,102 meters above sea level.

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