Green getaway to the Plan de Tueda nature reserve in the Vanoise park
To the west of the Vanoise National Park in the town of Les Allues, discover the Plan de Tuéda nature reserve. You can admire its lake as well as the Gébroulaz glacier and discover an exceptional fauna and flora sheltering protected alpine species. During your stay in Brides-les-Bains, don't miss an opportunity to treat yourself to a 100% nature getaway!
Survey 1112 hectares of protected nature in the Plan de Tuéda reserve
Located within the Vanoise National Park, the protected area of the Tuéda reserve is more than 2000 meters above sea level and will allow you to discover many protected species that are part of the heritage of Savoie. You can admire a 350-hectare Cembraie there, home to a forest of Cembro pines and Linées Boréales, a rare and fragile flower, which can only be found in Savoie. On the wildlife side, you may be lucky enough to come across a golden eagle or a black grouse, an endangered mountain bird.
Admire the Gébroulaz Glacier from the Parc de la Vanoise
The Gébroulaz glacier is one of the most impressive glaciers in the Parc de la Vanoise, located in the reserve, it extends over approximately 4 kilometers in length and offers a breathtaking panorama.
The Lake of Tuéda to discover at the entrance of the reserve
At the entrance to the reserve, the Lac de Tueda lake awaits you for a bucolic stopover. In winter, the area is ideal for cross-country skiing enthusiasts and on sunny days it will delight fishing enthusiasts thanks to its high density of Rainbow trout. You will find, at the level of the lake, the Maison de la Réserve Naturelle which will make you discover the fauna and flora of Tuéda.