photo: You are in a Pastoral zone. Please respect the flock and the site, Thank You. Drome mountians, France. Cynthia Hathaway
From Maison de la Transhumance:
With the rise in tourism, and the way in which transhumance has allowed this to happen, such as watering points, access paths the ambience of herding including bells, chalets in good condition, the greeting by shepherds and breeders, all make for a living mountain.
But sharing the space is not without generating some use responsibility problems: communication towards that public to be more or less aware of pastoral issues has become essential.
photo: view looking towards the shepherd’s cabin, Drome, France. Cynthia Hathaway
photo: directly behind me, the view looking towards the ski chair lift, Drome, France