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Akroparc de la Vanoise

Smiles and sensations guaranteed at the Akroparc de la Vanoise, the largest forest climbing area in the valley (7 hectares) suitable for young and old. It is located out of sight, on the road to the Bellecombe car park.

Service providers Akroparc de la Vanoise Val-Cenis


Val-Cenis (73500)
Animals allowed

Located on the heights of Val Cenis, on the edge of the Vanoise National Park in Savoie (73), easily accessible from Modane (20 min). The Akroparc de la Vanoise is located in a magnificent forest belonging to the ONF. It welcomes young and old adventurers on its 9 routes with unlimited access, including one offering a panoramic view of the Dent Parachée! At the Akroparc, everyone can taste the joys of tree climbing on progressive routes in difficulty, ranging from beginners (from 5 years old) to the most athletic, with platforms up to 20 meters high. Various workshops punctuate each of these courses, a hundred in total. Toddlers from 3 to 4 years old can also practice their skills in the free area of ​​the park which offers a hut, a net and a slide. The Akroparc de la Vanoise offers a fun and friendly experience for an outing with family or friends, in the heart of nature.
Gloves mandatory (provided with the purchase of a tree climbing entry).

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    € 24 unlimited adult and € 19 unlimited child.

    Methods of payment accepted : Bank/credit card, Chèques Vacances, Cash, Online payment


    Animals allowed
    Languages spoken : English, French
    Languages of documentation : French

    Animals must be kept on a leash.


    From 15/04 to 01/07, daily between 1 pm and 6 pm.
    Only by reservation.

    From 02/07 to 31/08
    Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 10 am and 6 pm. On Saturday and Sunday between 1 pm and 6 pm.

    From 01/09 to 15/11, daily between 1 pm and 6 pm.
    Only by reservation.

    • Pets welcome
    • Picnic area
    • Car park


    D126 Termignon 73500 Val-Cenis

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    Information update on 09/05/2022 by Haute Maurienne Vanoise Tourisme