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The visitors centre is placed in the same building that hosts the Town hall and is reached driving the trunk road 26 towards Courmayeur. Overcome Villeneuve Municipality, there is a junction on the right to Rhêmes Valley and Valsavarenche. After Indrod you'll find a junction, from where, driving on the left, you'll arrive in Valsavarenche. Once in Dégioz, the structure that hosts the Visitors Centre is easily visible and recognizable with a close wide car park.[/collapse]
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The parking area, next to the structure, is well equipped with a parking dedicated to disabled, spaces result to be wide enough for a wheelchair movements. It has a pedestrian route that leads to the building entrance and sufficient horizontal signage.
The floor is made of asphalt, without gradients or obstacles.[/collapse]
[collapse title=Entrance] The main entrance to the structure is reached through a short route identified by a metal kerb with 5,3% of gradient or alternatively two steps. The path is width enough to permit a wheelchair movements; the bottom is of stone and there are no obstacles along the path.
There are two doors to access the structure: the first with traditional swing door opening and the second double swing door. Both the doors open are bigger than a metre and there are not obstacles in any ways. The floor is carpeted inside and made of stones outside. There are no aids for blind or visually impaired.[/collapse]
[collapse title=Internal paths] The internal paths don't have obstacles of any kind and there is enough moving space. There are no aids or tactile paths for blind people.[/collapse]
[collapse title=Reception] The counter is not equipped to serve a disabled, both for heights and for signs, but there are no obstacles that don't allow in any way the use of it.[/collapse]
[collapse title=Exhibition space]Inside the exhibition room there is enough space for a good mobility and good accessibility to informations regarding to heights, spaces and dimensions. There is not a visio-tactile map for orienteering. The floor is carpeted. The exhibition continues on the first floor where a “Wolf Area” has been set up, it offers experiences and documents about the presence of the wolf in the Park.
Within the space there are 2 stuffed wolves, it's possible to surf in the interactive videos and have a look at books and internet websites as references to get informations and satisfy any curiosity. The informations and spaces are suitable and usable. The ground floor is reachable both through the internal stair and through the lift that is accessible for spaces and calling devices.[/collapse]
[collapse title=Hygienic services]Next to the exhibition at the ground floor there is an bathroom accessible to disabled so in the entrance than in the internal measures, the fittings typology and the aids. The pavement is made of ceramic tiles.
There are no aids for tactile paths for blind. [/collapse]