An altitude hamlet whose chalets have kept their authenticity for several centuries, a setting of nature in front of the sparkling glaciers, the ancestral traditions that endure: 3 good reasons to come and discover the secrets of this classified site!
During the summer months only.
Subject to favourable weather conditions.
Cancelled in case of bad weather.
Children (8-12 years old): €4
Free for children under 8 years old.
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classified hamlet of le monal
Because of its great architectural, historical and landscape interest, the hamlet of Monal is protected as a listed site. Site of high quality, typical of the rural and pastoral civilization of the last century.
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the hamlet of le monal
Site classified under its natural and heritage interest located at 1874 m altitude .. Le Monal is one of the finest examples of montagnettes in Tarentaise, facing the glaciers of Mt Pourri, Monal tightens its traditional chalets around his chapel.
the hamlets of le miroir and la masure and the chapelle ste brigide
These two protected hamlets testify to the work of the Piedmontese masons who came in the 18th century. to build these houses with columns of stones. Chapel Ste-Brigide is registered with the Historical Monuments. Magnificent panorama on the glaciers of Mont Pourri.