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The Priory II (shorter version)

The Priory II (shorter version)
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Description

This trail offers a beautiful insight into the Haute-Corrèze. Its history and heritage, forests, and landscapes are our invitation to get away from it all.Cross the bridge over the Augières stream and go up the Pradal road (view of the priory and its terraces). Leave the road to enter the meadow on the left. Follow the fence on the right and go down to the footbridge, which you have to cross. Follow the Triouzoune along the path on the right.Take the second footbridge and as you leave it, take a right turn to the road. At the road, go left to the bridge.At the bridge, cross the Triouzoune and then go through the farm and stables.  At the first crossroads, turn right. In La Boëtie, take the track on the left at the corner of the old farm and pass the bread oven. Follow the path between the spruce trees.Take the path on the left. Continue for 150 m and take the next on the left (view over the Massif of Sancy and the Monts du Cantal).Cut across the D 108 and continue on the opposite side of the road. Continue through the woods. At the crossroads, take the left-hand path and go through the village of Lannet. Leave the road and take the left-hand path to the road.When you reach the D 108, cross the road and continue straight ahead for 200 m, then take the path opposite, which passes in front of the water reservoir and continue straight ahead until you reach the village of Saint-Angel.Take the wooden staircase that leads to the priory terraces. Pass through the cemetery and take the Rue du Fort to reach the starting point of the hike.

Technical Information

Walking
Difficulty
Very easy
Duration
3h
Dist.
11 km
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Starting point

Lat : 45.502595Lng : 2.232607

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Prieuré

Le prieuré et l'église Saint-Michel-des-Anges étaient une dépendance de l'abbaye poitevine de Charroux. Construite dans un premier temps à l'époque romane, l'église a été fortement remaniée aux XVe et XVIe siècles, avec notamment la construction de voûtes gothiques.

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Station épuration

Mise en service le 29 mai 2011, la station possède une épuration par filtre à sable planté de roseaux. Elle comporte deux étapes de traitement : la première est constituée de trois bassins de 330m² chacun et la seconde de deux bassins de même dimension. Elle permet le traitement des eaux de 660 habitants.

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Triouzoune

Longue de près de 50 km, la Triouzoune prend sa source vers 900 m d’altitude en Corrèze sur le plateau de Millevaches. Elle passe à l'est de Neuvic et forme une retenue de 410 hectares : le lac de Triouzoune. Elle rejoint la Dordogne quelques kilomètres au sud entre les communes de Sérandon et Neuvic.

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Sancy

Ce sentier offre un point de vue sur le plus haut volcan de France métropolitaine, le Puy de Sancy. Du haut de ses 1885 mètres d’altitude, ce sommet est le point culminant du Massif Central. Les deux ruisseaux, la Dore et la Dogne, y prennent naissance et leur confluence forme la Dordogne.

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Additional information

Departure

Place de la Mairie, Saint-Angel

Arrival

Place de la Mairie, Saint-Angel

Ambiance

Standing on its promontory since the 12th century, the imposing priory of Saint-Michel des Anges takes hikers under its protection before they escape towards the Triouzoune valley, then walk up through woods and hamlets to find an old 'chapoule' or watering place while they admire the diversity of the landscape. Two variants allow you to shorten the main route.

Access

From Meymac, take the D 979 road towards the A 89 motorway. When you reach the D 1089, in the centre of Saint-Angel, turn right towards Tulle, then 100 m further on, turn left at the post office and the town hall. Park in the car park.

Advised parking

Place de la Mairie, Saint-Angel

Advice

This route is a shortcut to a longer 12 km route and also includes a 6 km shortcut. These circuits are described in a separate description sheet.

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Caution!
We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾