A really great park in a simply stunning setting! The animals are free to come and go as they please and this adds to the enjoyment. Deer, sheep and goats of varying types can be seen at the upper end of the park and Llamas wander round taking it all in! Rather unfairly though the star of the show are the marmots, comically curious and with the ability to stop a whole group of people in their tracks when they run on to the path and stand up blocking the way! Park wardens do a great job in maintaining the no feeding rule and are very knowledgable about the flora and fauna in general. Despite the viewing areas being at a sensible distance from the animals habitats, I was more than happy wyen after 20 minutes sitting quietly watching marmots from a distance, one ran over to us and sat on my lap for a few seconds before scampering off again! Great cafe and parking was good, be warned a very steep walk up to the entrance that may be difficult for elderly guests or families with push chairs. Only one regret, the very interesting looking talks and lectures were not offered in English, but that is as much my fault for my poor French!
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