Going from hamlet to hamlet is a good start for taking in the built heritage and history of Haut Valgaudemar before setting off to the summits.
Taking this footpath is somewhat like going back in time 100 years, when walking was not a leisure activity, but a necessity to get from one village to another. Today it is a peaceful route punctuated with numerous things to discover: natural prairies, irrigation canals, traditional dwellings, shepherds' huts, roman bridges, walled paths...not to mention the waterfalls, cracks, coombs, birds of prey or small sparrows.
Tips and hints
Please do not walk in the pastures used as fodder for the sheep and remember to close all gates so that they do not run free.
After Les Richards bridge, on the N85, turn right onto the D985a. La Chappelle is approximately 18 km from here.
ParkingAt the exit of the village of La Chapelle.
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