In a secret valley, above the village of Bramans in Val Cenis, a brand new footbridge Himalayan 60 m long was launched above the gorges of the Ambin. Suspended near
100 m above the torrent at its highest point, it provides access to 2 belvederes with 2 totally different points of view on the valley.
To return to your starting point, 2 options: take the Himalayan footbridge or test the new via ferrata, classified as quite difficult – but which remains accessible from the age of 10 – for a while route of approximately 2 hours. A vertiginous experience to test this summer, with bars sealed in the wall, a Nepalese bridge and a bridge
of monkey which even allows you to rub shoulders with the clouds with 2 zip lines (possible loopholes forpeople not equipped for zip lines or who do not wish to take them)!
Free access. A guide recommended for the via-ferrata. www.valcenis.com
To testPlaygroundNear the new Himalayan footbridge, starting from the parking lot of the church of St Pierre d’Extravache (the oldest church in Savoy) a fun course with games for children has been set up on the theme of “14 hats”, a local legend about a band of bandits who once prevailed in the region.Free access.www.valcenis.com
Baptiste Thomas OT HMV
via ferrata : Dylan Cuvelier OT HMV