At over 4000 metres high, the Gran Paradiso is the focal point of the National Park that bears its name. The mountain also lends its name to the tourist area that that includes the valleys of Cogne, Valsavarenche, Rhêmes and Valgrisenche, as well as the slopes that climb up from the valley bottom to Mont Fallère and the Vertosan Valley.
In the summer, hikers can take advantage of on-call transport services running in the Gran Paradiso tourist area.
From April to November, a chance to admire the animals and plants native to the Alpine environment.
In Saint-Pierre, an ancient, fairytale-like castle, open for visits all year round.
An ethnographical museum on food traditions and a showcase for local produce, with presentations and tasting sessions: l’Atelier du Goût.
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The “Devétéya” is the return of the herds down from their summer pastures to the valley. The cows parade through the streets of the villaged, decorated with flowers.
The Fair of Cogne is…