Lancebranlette, a summit situated on the French-Italian border, culminates at an altitude of 2936m. You will discover a breathtaking panorama of the Tarentaise valley and the Aosta Valley!
The Hospice du Petit Saint-Bernard:
First erected in the 9th century, the hospice is a symbol of a long tradition of
hospitality. It offered food and a bed to any passers-by who risked getting
caught in bad weather. Now renovated, the hospice provides information and
houses an interactive exhibition on the history of the pass.
The Joux column:
Located next to the Hospice, the Joux column is a monolith upon which sits a statue of Saint-Bernard of Menthon, patron saint of mountaineers.
The Alpine Gardens at Chanousia:
Located at an altitude of 2,172m, this Alpine garden includes some 1,000 species of mountain plants. It is open to the public from July to mid-September.
Target audience : Level red – hard
Languages spoken : French
Location details :
Parking hospice of th little san bernard pass
Pets accepted : yes
From 07/01 to 10/31 : open daily.
Free of charge