There’s a breath-taking view of Mont Blanc from the top. It’s also the ideal location to have a go at paragliding, then walk back down to Courchevel La Tania in the heart of the forest.
When the snow has melted, a blue lake appears at the foot of the Rocher de la Loze: a great place for a picnic on a lovely walk from Courchevel La Tania or Courchevel 1850.
And during summer season, a mountain cycle track (the highest in Europe!) take keen cyclists to the top of the Col: a great chance to enjoy the panoramic views in peace, as no motorised vehicles are allowed on it.