Chapelle de la Danchère
Partenaire OT2A

Chapel of Danchere

Historic site and monument, Historic patrimony, Religious heritage, Town / Village, Church, Most beautiful villages in France, Modern, 17th C, 20th C in Vénosc
  • Located in la Danchere

  • The chapel was mentioned in 1665 by Monseigneur de Saint Julin and in 1678 the chapel was attributed to St Claude, then in 1683/1686 it was attributed to St Claude and St Louis
    It is described as being vaulted and covered with slates and having a chalice by Monseigneur de Caulet
  • Environment
    • Mountain view
    • Mountain location
    • Village centre
    • Village 2 km away
    • Pedestrian area
    • Close to GR footpath
Services
  • Services
    • Unguided group tours
    • Unguided individual tours
  • Rates
    Free of charge
Openings
Openings
  • All year
    Opened Everyday
Live
  • Station 1650 - 1800m
  • Crêtes - 2100m
  • Toura-Fee-Bellecombe - 2600m
  • Glacier - 3200m
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Depth 110 cm
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Depth 150 cm
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Depth 200 cm
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Ski lifts
0/49
Open slopes
0/98