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​Annot

Cited climatic and resort, the charming town of Annot conceals beautiful remnants of the past including a Roman road leading from Gallo-Roman remains of Argenton riez la Romaine. Ideal base for hikes in all its forms, it gave its name to a type of geological landscape 'the Annot sandstone' and the water that filters through these rocks is classified in the first category of drinking water. The Vairy as the coulomb attract trout fishermen, while hunters shoot wild boar, chamois, and small game to hair or feathers. The chestnut forests found in sandstone soil substrate that suits them, their chestnuts and fungi that grow in their foliage have more reputation to do.

Aurent

Lost at the bottom of the ravine of serious plane, Aurent, is more accessible only on foot. The proposed route has a delicate passage on a narrow path overlooking a 100 m deep ravine. It must be undertaken only by experienced hikers and undaunted by Vertigo.
However it is possible to go up to this passage and make a u-turn after market, the site largely worth the penalty, with the visit of Argenton and passage to the Gallo-Roman ruins. From there, this hike is discouraged by bad weather and fog.
Departure altitude: 1320 Mr. top Point: 1320 Mr. total elevation gain: 500 m. the journey: 3 h 50.
•    Cervical radiate several ways. From the arrival, leave 2 forest tracks left and dive directly by Northwest-oriented path in the direction of the hamlet of Argenton located in front at the same altitude. The trees are trademarks of limit of forest plots: red on white in the beech forest.
•    Fork, go right and then left into the next. Starting on the right. Left then. Keep the Northwest Branch down. Presence of tags orange. Pass a followed a rocky sandstone scree slope.
•    The track turns into narrow well marked trail which extends then direction southwest fork. Leave the Orange tags that go left to right down a southwesterly direction. A regular slope succession laces on the right bank of a thalweg.
•    The descent becomes progressive. Cross the small bridge of sandstone covering la bégude and without following it, continue down towards the river.Neglecting the forest track which cuts the trail towards Chabrières on the Coulomp bridge.
•    Cross the bridge and take right onto the calade to Argenton direction N.NORD-EST. Leave on the left the farm of the Tardonnets while the road passes an area of resurgences. Neglecting the trail to the right.
•    The path disappears in a schistose rump, follow the cairns in rising on this rump to regain the calade, a little higher, left on the edge of the wood.
•    Stay right on this track direction northeast. Cross the barrier (close behind you after please, thank you). A few steps later, left leave an ancient cistern.
•    Ruins of the Rabouls Hamlet, with its Chapel collapsed. Continue NS along a wall of restanque. A power line on metal poles, 3 wire crosses the path.Ruins are on the left leading to a bare rump trail disappears.
•    Cast on right bank of the thalweg up to meet a calade climbing left to S.SUD-OUEST to Argenton (located 10 minutes away)
•    Without going so far Argenton, from right, by following the yellow red tags on a path whose base is based on a similar to a restanque, N-North-East direction fairly well paired wall
•    Exceed a ruin still covered left the road, nearly horizontal path, plunges into a talweg he crossed by describing a few hooks and resumed N-North-East still level.
•    The trail winds to side of a cliff in a delicate pass over 1 km 500 approximately, reported at the top of this description. Vertigo-sensitive people to turn back. At outlaw weather rain, snow, ice and fog.
•    The way addresses raided in a sling to the bottom of the Coulomp. Passing a small rabbit Hutch. Followed by a second in which the trail descends in switchbacks. After a steep descent, reaching the Coulomp cross the bridge and mount to the left towards the village passing a ruin.
•    Entering the village of Aurent, follow the yellow red tags, and in the front of the oratory at the exit of the village, down right to cast new bridge on the ravine of serious Plane, heading south. Follow the Orange tags, leaving the yellow red marks.
•    Ride South after the bridge on a footpath widening and steep, in limestone full of pyrites and fossils. Upon reaching the larches, the road mellows. To become passable.
At the roundabout of flipping, a sentinel sign prohibits the movement of motor vehicles. Side 1364. A wooden cross stands on the right side of the road. Pass the FA.

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The circuit of the Annot sandstone

The Annot sandstone, this contact, classical for geologists, between upper Cretaceous sandstones and limestones of the Eocene on a deposit of blue Marl, gives of the landscapes of particular beauty and of many contrasts, both in vegetation than in the most unexpected rock chaos. This circuit only touches on this very interesting geological phenomenon. The hikes described in B4-B5-B6 to discover all the charms, entering this petrographic universe.
Easy. Departure altitude: 666 Mr. top Point: 1350. Total elevation gain: 800 m time: 5 h.
•    Starting on the 110 D, follow North in amount. Engage on the old road on the left. Cross the wooden bridge. Walking on this path to the dilapidated coating, in a wood of oak and Scots pine. The road collapsed in part, enters a chestnut stand, northbound.
•    Exceed a to the right source. Overlook a road on the left at height of a hovel in ruins, as well as leaving a little further to the right.
•    A retaining wall flanks the road well. Braux-reach on the 110 D enter the village and turn into the right Street, after the monument to the dead, then turn left to the road of Chabrières. Let the way left, descending to stay on the road to Earth northern direction. In a hairpin of the sandy road, a canal cutting underground perpendicularly.
•    Abandon the road and follow the path of the canal, right bank of Northwest. Below lies an ancient path calade. Continue along the canal by avoiding to leave.
•    Branch veers North, overlooking the Coulomp which waterfall at the bottom of the Gorge.
•    On the Ridge, across the ravine looming sandstone ruiniform profile bars, however that in the forest (Faye, in Provençal) beech succeed chestnut trees.
•    Avoid the path that descends to the left and leads on the edge of the water. The road of Chabrières cut the channel that he should give up down left on this lined track with a telephone line on wooden poles.
•    Cross the Coulomp bridge and immediately after turn left following the telephone line to the hamlet of Chabrières. Last drinking fountain in the hamlet, cross it from East to West by the fountain Street.
•    Exit to the left leaving the last two houses. Continue West about 50 metres in a very grassy trail.
•    A path lined with blocks of sandstone monte perpendicular direction North. Engage, cluttered first, more said then, in moving Northwest it turns into calade, describing many laces in rising.
•    Junction, take the paved road on the right. Amount still laces, it happens at the foot of a sandstone bar. In a short horizontal passage view dominates the hamlet of Chabrières and at the bottom, to the Northeast, the "clue" of Chabrières. Not to be confused with its namesake, located on the N 85 9,500 km S.SUD-EST of Digne.
•    Come to a pass, the trail leads right along a wall of restanque. Ruins of Chantal. Meeting with the marked SD.1 yellow red to the tune of an oratory dated 1904 and marked S. neglecting the trail to the right, keep southwestern Cape and yellow red tags.
•    Chantal collar. Down the wide path paved with sandstone blocks left on the SD.1. Leave a source on the left. Continue to descend into the Valley of the Beite, many streams cut this paved path of beautiful slabs of sandstone.
•    Pass on the right bank of the river by a medieval bridge.
•    Annot. Out of town by the D 908 direction Southwest, about 2 km until reaching "Les Scaffarels", admiring passing the medieval oratory on columns, on the left of the road. At the bridge, go left direction North, then take the cart path to the direction C.F.P station height is, then AV around 1.5 km. Arrival bridge of Gay.

In the Annot sandstone

Forms the most various, unexpected or the more evocative of the rocks and sandstone blocks sprinkled in a splendid forest of chestnut trees make this hike will leave an imperishable memory.
Easy hike. Altitude departure: 764 Mr. top Point: 1042 Mr. total elevation gain: 300 m. duration 2 h 15.
•    From the train station down avenue n-North-East direction, at 200 m, pass under the railway tunnel, then turn right at the exit. Follow the cart path S.SUD-EST parallel to the railway.
•    Height of the locomotive sheds, take the small path that climbs to the right of the post-tag N ° 17 in West direction to the left then Southwest. The trail, paved blocks of sandstone, rises in a wood of chestnut trees and crosses a small abandoned begude.
•    Leave on the left a nice balm offering a shelter during lightning storms.
•    The trail passes atop a fitted Rubin. A big sandstone Bar overlooks the always oriented way Southwest. Passage of a new Rubin. A small spring floods the trail that rises in steps.
•    Rocky chaos of the "room of the King," in which one enters through a low passage right at the level of the floor of the great fault.
•    Cross it, and at its exit, continue southwesterly following tags triangle blue, features red or yellow, in the direction of "Notre-Dame-de-Vers-la-Ville".
•    The calade overlooks the Valley of the Vairy pass somewhat impressive but not dangerous, except for those who fear heights that will interest to tighten side of the wall.
•    The Directorate is moving west. The oblique Road North in the hollow of a small valley and enters a forest of pine and chestnut trees in combination. The trail ascends slightly and at the time where it becomes stiff, after the ruin of a pen left to right, a metal arrow indicates a small present to follow to the right direction is to reach crete, overlooking the ravine of the COULOMP, where at a glance embraces a very beautiful panorama on Braux, Argenton and the Coulomp.
•    Return to the trail.
•    Again follow color marks. Pass a ruin of sheepfold next to a big rock. Lead to the "PAS de les Portettes' (side 1042). Beautiful view to the East.
•    Take the plunge and get off is then Northeast almost horizontally in the middle of erratic sandstone blocks. Fork, stay on the left-hand path. New branch line, follow the blue triangles on the left. Go to the right avoiding the left-hand path. A resurgence flooded passage.
•    On the left large inclined slabs along the path that crosses a small stream down switchbacks.
•    Right leave an abandoned pool. First House, followed shortly after the chapel of N.D. de VERS the city.
•    Get off the calade by following the way of the cross. Cross the tracks. Enter ANNOT. Along the small river, left bank direction South. Take the left stairs to exit on avenue from the station back to the station.
The chapelle Saint-Pierre and the Valley of the Beite
It is always in this universe of rocks of sandstone to the whimsical forms takes place this hike.
What spoils nothing, in high season, mushrooms and chestnuts abound. But let us not forget that whole thing down here, has an owner and that any of the courtesies is ask to having the authorisation of glean on his land, because this small formality might to attract serious inconvenience.
Visiting the chapel ruined by St-Pierre, the descent of the Valley of the Bette show by the ruins that surround them, that once a large population lived in these places, the simple richness of the soil.
Though sizable, the elevation gain is not painful, because the mounted path occurs very gradually, largely on a dirt road, as well as for the descent, on an old Roman road.
Finally, at the farm of the Rouie, very good table, gite for, camping à la ferme, local products and warm.
Easy. Altitude departure: 795 Mr. top Point: 1450 m. total elevation gain: 800 m time: 4 h. Park in the parking of the colonies of vacation in Argenton
•    Take the stony road of Argenton, direction North. 2 or 3 minutes of departure, embarking on the path that climbs to the right direction, helmed by 3 or 4 blocks of sandstone squared, allowing to retract a long loop road on which you come a little earlier.
•    Cross it and resume the path that appears on this track, by removing an another lace. Again on the road, borrow, to no longer leave.
•    It unfolds, towards general E.NORD-EST in the middle of chaos of sandstone rock forms of the most curious. The track is cut by a power line on poles which are numbered boxes. Here the No. 2. La châtaigneraie sprawls on each side of the road.
•    A ruin is planted right in the middle of terraced land. Do not attempt to take paths that are grafted on the track. They are not shortcuts but paths leading in boards of cultures. Box N ° 3.
•    Box N ° 4. At the edge of the road, on the left, 2 rocks connected by a small wall belong to a Wren building as there are many in this sector.
•    Leave left a dead-end. Fork. Take the direction of the rolled left. In the cottage, leave is, by the road that rises behind the big chestnut, toward rock clusters.
•    Junction, turn right continuing to mount is. Neglecting the trail to the right.
•    Passing through a gap, and then in one second closer, follow the red arrow.
•    Arrive at a crossroads, at the base of a votive cross dated 1723, turn right heading south, the Chapel, or at least what remains, there are a hundred steps from there. Note the notching of ancient structures in the rocks.
•    Chapel St-Pierre. The first body of the building is Romanesque of the 12th century, additions have been made over the ages, as the columns and capitals they might well be of the re-use of remnants of a Roman temple erected on the same site.
•    Return to the base of the cross (not would be that an old mile marker?). Descend towards is, right. After 2 or 3 laces, on the right are the remains of a Wren House nestled under a huge block of sandstone.
•    Find the stony road to Argenton, take uphill to the left. Cabinet electric N ° 6.
•    Passage next to Bernard collar to leave left. Continue along the stony path. Box N ° 7. Then N ° 8. A signposted path yellow red crosses the road it is the G.T.P.A. to follow up to Annot. Go South on this road on the right leaving the road to Argenton. Fork, stay right on the narrow path. Col de Chantal.
•    Right, down to Annot, on a beautiful calade by Beite (old Roman road linking Argenton riez) Valley. Crossing a rivulet, on a bridge consisting of beautiful slabs of sandstone. A D directional sign, keep the direction of Annot. Keep to the left. Neglecting the side trails to continue on the calade of sandstone.New culvert of sandstone.
•    Waterfall on the left. Medieval bridge on Beite (side 745) at the foot of the Baou de Parou dominating right. Arrival in Annot. Out of the city by the n.30 on the 908 D to follow in the direction of le Fugeret until summer camp, crossing of Argenton.
The rock du Brec and the caves of Méailles
Méailles, charming village overlooking the course of the Vairy has two caves. One, quite near the village who served, during troubled times, refuge for the inhabitants, was a pretty safe fortress; the other, located at market to the North, offers cavers a good ground to their activity. If you intend to explore it, to bring the proper equipment necessary for this exploration.
In making to, the rock of the BREC is worth the detour for the beautiful look embracing the high course of the Vairy and views of the picturesque village of Peyresq.
Easy. Altitude departure: 1025 Mr. top Point: 1373 Mr. total elevation gain: 360 m. duration: 3 h 45. Parking: City Hall of Méailles
•    Follow the paved road northbound along the electric and telephone lines on wooden poles.
•    Last House on the left and end of electric and telephone lines. Stay on the paved road. Passage of a bridge. The road makes a perfect right angle by spinning towards the East. Abandon the road and continue straight along the cliff overhanging the ravine of the MAHFUZ flowing to the left. Presence of a green markup.
•    100 m from the start of the path, a narrow path starts left and descends along the rock wall. Ignore for the moment (it leads to the walled cave that will be visited on the return). Fork, follow the left green tags. Ford the stream of the Lauvettes and continue northbound. Cairns along the trail which travels northward in a sparse scrubland along the right bank of a PARAMESWARAN. Please add your stone at the crossing on each of the heaps that serve as guides, with red or green tags on the slabs exposed to climb North.
•    Avoid the trail starting in right. Small undulating followed new steep slabs keep northern direction.
•    Cross la bégude on the culvert.
•    Exceed a hunters cabin located on the right and continue North over the clearing, 1180. Fork overlook the grassy track from left to right the many trail marked under cover. Glade, start on the left and down a small valley, Coast 1278 and climb steep, North.
•    Side 1373. The trail plunges on the north face of the cliff. Before continuing, to deviate a bit on the right along the Ridge, rock of BREC, to enjoy a beautiful look to the North, with the picturesque village of PEYRESQ and the deep valley of the VAIRY.
•    Use the green arrows down. Closing to close after passage, thanks. Right small cave shelter. After 3 or 4 switchbacks, the trail becomes horizontal and turns northeast along the foot of the Rocky barrier.
•    Exceed a balm followed by a second and a third, very low.
•    After the 4th long enough crevices is the entrance of the cave. The visit it is caving and is not described here. Return by the same route as the go.
•    Side 1373. Undulating, house hunters, Bégude. Small undulating crossed on the way. The wolves ravine. After the raidillon, right take the neglected path at the beginning. Down along the ledge. Attention to a short passage which is quite tricky, prevent children from running and keep dogs on a leash.
•    Walled and fortified the Pertus cave.
Note the orientation of the loopholes allowing a cross shot to defend the raised door access. Currently it is entered through a breach of the wall collapsed in this place, but originally a scale should be drawn up against the door to enter.
Return by the trail and get out on the road in direction South to the Mairie de Méailles.

Head of the Ruch

The Summit a broad panorama spreads under the gaze of the hiker who does not regret the 1100 metres of ascent, that he had to do to achieve this very easy Summit.
West in is, we recognize: mountain Cordeil, the village of Peyresq, ridges of Pasquier, Le Grand Coyer, close at Northeast, the head of Bausseberard, followed by Saint-Honorat, then the Melina and finally is the head skewed.
Easy. Altitude departure: 1024 Mr. top Point: 2099 Mr. total elevation gain: 1100 m. duration: 5 h 35.
•    On the Road South of the trough direction angle is.
•    At the fork take the dirt road down to the hollow of the Valley right. New junction, keep to the right. Cross the culvert and before the end of the dirt road right, onto the schistose Rubin by a narrow path bordering the right bank, South-East
•    At the top of the Rubin resume branch is under 2 small houses left to right. Pass under a power line. A former bégude along the path.
•    The calade leads on the edge of a cultivated meadow, stay on the edge of the ravine direction is. Ruins of the Couaches, small oratory. Leave the ruins to the West and mount North under a power line on wooden poles. The base of the old calade appears at times.
•    In a turn where the trail disappears in a small shale Rubin, pass under the power line to find a little further.
•    Ruins of Briel. Cross between the first two houses in ruins and along the fence, climb North, in la châtaigneraie turning slightly to the left, to fall on the calade momentarily disappeared.
•    Presence of old tags red. Fork, go left. The next, take right. Tags blue-red on a tree. Stay on the left horizontal path. He rides along a rump describing laces. Follow the left uphill runway of exploitation. Fork right take the Causeway Road.
•    Hamlet of Combe, with scattered houses. Stay on the road uphill and leaving on the right the mailbox. Barrier O.N.F. Ten meters before it left take the poorly drawn path which rises between 2 cairns.
Attention from this point follow the cairns which constitute the only mark. Thanks to the hiker who passes to add its stone from time to time to grow these small clusters of pebbles.
•    Cross the small bégude and continue in the direction northeast cairns. A serious rock with a cross forms a boundary of a forest plot. Shortly after lead on a platform of flipping ending a way of D.F.C.I.
•    Rising on the left always along the cairns, direction northeast. Coming out of cover in an area of sparse larches, head E.NORD-EST to reach the line of Ridge at the end of a fire road. Follow this line direction is.
•    Top of the Ruch: Beautiful panorama on the peaks. Return to the fire road. Take this road down towards South first, then East then. Beautiful new releases on the Vairy Valley.
•    Footpath cutting road, failing initially to "Rigelet" left, down right into the ravine of "watering", along the right bank.
•    Intersection, go right. Forest road, go right. Platform flip. From there, the return is carried out on the same path to go. Down to the left according to cairns.

The peak and the Puy de Rent

Both culminate the Charmette mountain. Although the first lowest in 20 metres than the second, it offers a panorama from West to East on 180 ° fully unmasked.West side, Verdon flows between the mountain of Maurel and the Charmette, while to the East, it is the Vaire who digs his bed at the foot of Ruch. To the North the peaks of more than 2000 bar the horizon. Du Puy's Rent, it is on the South that one has the additional 180 ° with backdrop of the peaks of the Bernardé and the head of Chamatte.
The descent is done on the Western face of the Charmette, it has a fairly long passage off the trail in the roubines and hutches, and caters to experienced hikers.For those that this way alienate, the wisest solution is to back to climb to return to glue St-Michel.
Average hiking or even difficult. Altitude starting: 1431 Mr. top Point: 1996 Mr. total elevation: 600 m duration: 3 h 25. Parking at the Colle Saint-Michel.
•    Starting on the D 908 south-westerly direction. 100 meters from here, turn left on the Causeway Road closed to traffic, the O-arrow.N.C.: "Rent Puy".
•    At the junction with the road to right, give up the roadways to fit into wood South direction through the abandoned terraces. Follow the yellow and orange brands.
•    Management slides towards South-South-West, climbing into a stand of Scots pine. Sparse larches succession aux pins. Continue to climb. Follow a slope grassy direction Southwest. Arrived at the coast 1775 on a bare replat, moving south from cairns and in amount.
•    PIC of Rent. Wide panorama of 180 ° on the North. Continue along the ridge in South direction and arrive at the Puy de Rent side 1998. Continuation of the panorama in 180 ° on the South. Continue S.SUD-EST along the line of the watershed. In a small bowl, just at the edge of the wood of larches, veer squarely at right, West direction, without penetrating under cover. Down a slight hollow marked by a cairn, followed by a second on the base of a small trail very grassy and inconspicuous, a bit lower. Take this trail oriented downward sloping Northwest. Pass a clearing.
•    Enter the melezein. The very narrow path descends in a sling and regularly. New wood of larches.
•    Along the foot of Rocky banks. Return undergrowth in North-West direction. Many present moutonnes that, parallel to the trail, merge with him. Down by describing laces and heading north towards a replat of Scots pine. Once in this Spinney continue North, remaining level or very slight downhill. At the exit of le mélézin down pointing to waterers to visible sheep below and to the left.
•    Drinking bowls. Contour 1500. Continue North on a wrong path trail located a little further down, at 2 or 3 meters, ponds.
•    In the woods of Scots pine, find height of a pine tree at the huge trunk, a trail a bit more obvious, horizontal, northbound. Go to the foot of the roubines in the Woods, always North.
•    The path becomes more assured, bordered by beautiful peonies in May-June (please do not pick), it remains horizontal. Belle escaped on the high Verdon when the trail straightens to the East, and extends in the wood of larches and associated pins. A cross-country ski run succeeded the forest laie in the direction of a new construction, the right which arises a cart path.
Continue Northeast along this path to reach the Colle St-Michel.

The Serpeigier

Peyresq is a picturesque village. Belgian universities bought a ruined village, during their holidays, students were reconstituted with much happiness retaining its original charm. It worth a little attention.
Of geodetic pillar of the Serpeigier, where it embraces the entire region of Thorame Haute and Thorame bass, from the top of Chaudeirolles bars, there are 2 possibilities for return: one very simple, by the same path as the go, back to Peyrsq in 1 h; the other longer, caters to hikers broken walking off-trail, in mountainous and forested terrain. It is this that is described here.
Hiking average. Altitude departure: 1525 Mr. top Point: 1718 m. total elevation: 350 m duration: 3 h 45.Parking: Peyresq.
•    Leave by the D 32 North-West direction. Oratory. A little further to the left down by the path which follows the electric line, three wire on poles wood.
•    Passage of a stream more often dry. Mount in a sling on the right bank, in the direction of a telephone line on wooden poles. D 32-out and take the forest road that climbs right toward the West and then Southwest. 100 metres after a post coupled power line 3 wire, the direction is West.
•    Crossroads, O directional post.N.C. go left onto the road travelled towards North-North-East
•    At the crossroads, continue North-North-East cross the O.N.F. catchments du Fontanil barrier which the hamlet is located below left to right. On entering the forest of larches Clos Roussin, the direction is recovering North. Note the difference in vegetation types. A hotter applies the garrigue and Mediterranean forest, while on the side of ubac is already the subalpine with its softwood: larch, spruce, silver fir.
•    Let left, in the hollow, an abandoned cabin. Bifurcation Costa 1667. Turn left on the road following a ridge line. In a clearing, mount left ignoring the forest track right.
•    The very grassy path remains almost in ridge line Northwest of beautiful orchids adorn the undergrowth. The oblique westward in the sparser forest. Mount West in the bare space and arrive at the Serpeigier coast 1718 signal.
Particularly broad overview, starting from the West, towards the South: mountain Cordeil, Valley of the high Verdon, off in its extension, the peak of the aup, South Ridge of Chamatte, the peak of Chamatte to South-South-East, closer, in the same direction, the peak and the Rent PUY, à L'Horizon H.E the massif of the Cheiron followed, coming to the East, the Ruch and successively: Beausseberard, St-Honorat, then the Roche du Carton Northeast and North Grand Coyer.
•    Down to Northwest Thorame bass, Thorame Haute, Château Garnier with behind the top of the Seoune. Return to the fork side 1667, passed to coming.
•    This junction, choose the return path.
•    For those who have decided not to resume the path of go: from left, direction is on the forest road passing between 2 trees marked 1 and 4 in blue on a white background. Source. At the end of the forest trail (provisional, as a picket indicates the future extension), height of a tree marked 2, at the limit of the cover, cast off the trail to the right, southbound on the grassy and cleared slope turning slightly to the left to get around the bar rock, listed 1776, which crowns this rump. Towards S.SUD-EST, go to a passage between this bar and a second a little more to the East.
•    Leave on the right a balm walled and achieve a drop.
•    Right extends the small plateau of Champlatte, follow the shore of a small talweg left bank about ten feet above the Creek bed, generally dry.
•    At the confluence with a second PARAMESWARAN from left Veer is in the moutonnes found on a mountainside down slightly in scarf to cross the ravine of the COMBES and its small tributaries.
•    Ravine of the Grau. Mount a little to find an easy passage. Use the moutonnes found in slightly downhill direction H.E, then South to cross a PARAMESWARAN.
•    Continue on a mountainside in loser always a little altitude. Do not attempt to descend directly into the Valley. Towards South meadows to reach in the upper section. Cross slate roubines at the top of the pastures to find yellow-signposted cairns and follow this direction South.
•    Pass a small stream, continue to keep the yellow marks. The base of the trail widens.
Lead to the 32 D at height of the oratory. Start on the left.

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