After the Park Plan came into force on 25th December 1996 with its prohibitions, restrictions, and regulations necessary to achieve the Park aims as far as the use of the territory is concerned, some good rules of behavior have been introduced or reasserted, with the aim to safeguard natural and environmental features.
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The Park has a "Joëlette". The Joëlette has been named after its inventor, the mountain tour guide Joël Claudel. It is an all-terrain one-wheeled chair that, thanks to the help of two assistants, gives the opportunity to people with disabilities or with reduced motor abilities to take part in tours developing along the mountain trails and in environmental education activities.Further information
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Living the Park also means discovering and visiting its naturalistic and landscape treasures without disturbing the environment, the wildlife, the flowers, and the plants populating the protected area.
It is possible to discover these treasures and visit the protected area without causing damages, avoiding the disordered assault of cars, motorbikes, and coaches. Also the road traffic must become increasingly sustainable for the environment: less damaging emissions, less noise, less traffic jams will give everyone the opportunity to enjoy the wonders of nature and to safeguard them for the future.