The mountain fauna leaves footprints, tracks and clues on the snow-covered ground during its essentially twilight, nocturnal and very early morning wanderings.
Some tracks are obvious. We know who the owner is. Others are less so, and can be confusing. Just like when trying to identify the flora, you need to think about the environment, consider various hypotheses, and interpret them to finally suggest the name of an animal, its appearance, its specific features, the probable time it passed by... Every day in winter and spring, the Mountain Guides will always be happy to interpret these clues with you within their context.
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