Animals and plants cling to life with all their strength, adapting themselves ingeniously to the harsh conditions that put their survival to the test. Thus, while brown bears, marmots and dormice abandon themselves to hibernation, the animals that stay awake during winter must find a way to resist dangers. Golden eagles, capercaillies, wild goats, deers, chamoix, hares, ptarmigans and all of the other animals populating the park change their appearance, growing white winter coats and thicker plumage to protect them from cold and from predators.
Their discreet presence is revealed by clear traces left on the snow mantle: a trail of footprints, a few feathers, galleries dug in the snow become extraordinary discoveries we can be enthusiastic about.
This is the uncontaminated nature of the park in winter, which we invite you to discover far away from the confusion of the ski runs, seeking an intimate relationship with nature.