Petit Mont Blanc - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Petit Mont Blanc, 73120 Saint-Bon-Tarentaise, France
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About Petit Mont Blanc
Mont Blanc is the second-highest mountain in Europe after Mount Elbrus. It is the highest mountain in the Alps, rising 4,808 m above sea level. It is the eleventh-most prominent peak in the world. The mountain stands in a range called the Graian Alps, between the regions of Aosta Valley, Italy, and Savoie and Haute-Savoie, France. The Mont Blanc massif is popular for outdoor activities like hiking, climbing, trail running, and winter sports like skiing, and snowboarding. The most popular route i
Attractions Near Petit Mont Blanc
Courchevel is a French Alps ski resort. It is a part of Les Trois Vallées, the largest linked ski area in the world. The resort center of Courchevel is at 1,747 meters high. Courchevel is the most western resort of the Three Valleys, the biggest connected ski area in the world. It consists of four satellite villages.
Meribel is a large resort by Alps standards but the best way to explore Meribel centre is by walking. Meribel offers some of the best Alpine Skiing in the Alps and other resorts such as Courchevel, Les Menuires and Val Thorens can be accessed via the extensive lift network. Méribel was home to events of the 1992 Winter Olympics.
Les Menuires is a ski resort in the Belleville valley of Les Trois Vallées between Saint-Martin-de-Belleville and Val Thorens. Owned and operated by Compagnie des Alpes, it is in the Savoie département of France. The resort has 48 restaurants, 39 ski lifts, and 62 trails. The resort has advanced ski slopes and beginner slopes. The resort also hosted the men's slalom alpine skiing event at the 1992 Winter Olympics. The resort has not only skiing facilities, but also offers a range of other activi
First National Park created in France in 1963 to protect Alpine ibexes, the National Park of Vanoise celebrates its 50 years. It is situated between the valleys of Tarentaise and Maurienne. No less than 1800 ibexes, 4000 chamois, and 120 species of birds can be found here as well as an exceptional native flora.
Les Trois Vallées is a ski region in the Tarentaise Valley, Savoie département of France, to the south of the town of Moûtiers, partly in the Vanoise National Park. Les Trois Vallées is the largest ski area in the world which is connected solely by ski lifts and slopes. As implied by its name, the area originally consisted of three valleys: Saint-Bon, Allues, and Belleville. The skiing area has since been extended into a 'fourth' valley, the Maurienne valley.
Mont Cenis is a massif and passes in Savoie, which forms the limit between the Cottian and the Graian Alps. The Pass of the Mont-Cenis is a natural site near Val-Cenis. This place is an attraction for holidaymakers staying in the region. One of the beautiful places for a picnic and also a nice trekking destination.
Where is Petit Mont Blanc
Discover More Attractions in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Where Petit Mont Blanc Is Located
The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes administrative region covers an area of 69 711 km2 in the centre and east of the south of France. It is a collection of regions of diverse topographies, climates, natural resources, cultures, folklore, architecture, and languages.