Summer or winter, the mountain landscape is marked by countless facilities to better serve the “customer”. A dual policy, ambiguous, wanting to spare both the benefit and the environment respect, raises many questions. Victims of mass tourism, forests are converted into skiing area in the winter and golf course in the summer. During the summer season, the ski lifts become obsolete while the resorts appear as real amusement park, aiming primarily the containment of the visitors.
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