The Alpine Garden, located in the magnificent site of Mount Cenis presents more than 250 species of flowers and plants of the Alps. In addition to the thematic itinerary, it offers every summer numerous activities for a family audience
The alpine flora, and more particularly that of Haute Maurienne, is exceptional, with endemic species, particularly on the Mont Cenis site. On nearly one hectare, the Alpine Garden presents these flowers and plants in free access. For those wishing to find out more or have fun discovering them in the company of a ranger, a full program of visits and activities is offered from mid-June to early September.
Period of opening
From 10/05 to 10/11, daily.
Depending on the opening dates of the Mont Cenis pass.
Equipment & services
Guided individual tours
Unguided group tours
Guided group tours
Unguided individual tours
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
- Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
Arriving at the pass, continue to Plan des Fontainettes.
The Alpine Garden is below the Pyramid.