Art Vache : Fresque "Vache en alpage"

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Gare d'arrivée télécabine du Rosay
Le Grand-Bornand Chinaillon
Le Grand-Bornand
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This 20-metre long participatory fresco depicts 50 cows to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Alpage festival in Chinaillon.
There is no "emmontagnée" or "démontagnée" for this colourful herd grazes in the Lâchât mountain pastures all year round. This large-scale participative fresco pays tribute to the queens of our mountains who have grazed the alpine pastures for centuries and shaped our landscape.
All year round, daily.
In summary
  • Main facilities :
    • Historic site and monument
  • Laguage(s) spoken :
    • French
  • Environments :
    • Near shuttle stop
    • Village centre
  • Period :
    • 21st C
  • Historical heritage :
    • Historic patrimony
    • Fresco/wall painting
  • Style :
    • Contemporary
Facilities and services
  • Services :
    • Pets welcome
  • Parking :
    • Parking
  • SITRA services :
    • Services
To note
  • Type of SITRA offer :
    • Open air
  • Accessibility criteria for people with reduced mobility :
    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs


Art Vache : Fresque "Vache en alpage"
Gare d'arrivée télécabine du Rosay
Le Grand-Bornand Chinaillon
Le Grand-Bornand
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.958878
Longitude : 6.455865
Free access.
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