An exceptional habitat
The rocks, which are constantly exposed to erosion since the Tertiary period, have created a rare and special habitat. Boulders, granite blocks of various sizes, a sparse vegetation, often dominated by maple trees. This unusual and almost inaccessible area offers a refuge to many species, such as the chamois as well as the peregrine falcon, the raven, or the eagle owl.
Recognizable by its black mask and horns. The chamois were reintroduced in the 1950th. Remarkably adapted to life in the mountains, the animal possesses an incredible agility, which allows him to traverse the rocky landscape without any effort.