• Uplands

Le Laisonnay hamlet

The Laisonnay is made up of two hamlets, the Bas and the Haut, 400 metres apart.

Uplands Le Laisonnay hamlet Champagny-en-Vanoise

About

Champagny-en-Vanoise (73350)
Not allowed to be visited

Le Laisonnay is the most remote and oldest hamlet. It was here that the first inhabitants (from the Haute-Tarentaise) who crossed the Col du Palet to settle in the valley settled. It has about ten stone buildings with traditional roofs (lauzes (stone) and tavaillons (wood)) and more recent materials. The houses are grouped together to make use of the rare sites that are not exposed to natural risks (avalanches, boulder falls, overflowing of the Doron river).

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    Prices

    Free access.

    Reception

    Languages spoken : French

    Opening

    From 01/05 to 05/12.
    Access only on foot, snowshoes or crosscountry skiing during the winter period.

    Subject to snow conditions.

    Equipments
    • Car park

    Access

    Le Laisonnay 73350 Champagny-en-Vanoise
    Information update on 25/11/2021 by Office de Tourisme de la Grande Plagne