Dominating Dun and the valley of Douctouyre, the Peak Galinié is the culminating point of this loop from where one will admire the panorama on the massif of Tabe and the country of Mirepoix.
max. 449 m
min. 328 m
Styles : HikingMountainForest
Public : Occasional hikers
From the stone cross opposite the school, where there is a sign indicating the start of the trail, follow the yellow markers. At the first fork in the road, bear right along the path heading up towards Le Pic Galinié.
From Pic Galinié, altitude 537 meters, take the time to admire...Read more
Castle Dun (which would have hosted Cathars, hence its current name...Read more
Castle Dun (which would have hosted Cathars, hence its current name "Cathar castle") is located on a hill overlooking the village (434 m). We can assume that the top of the hill has been resized to form this big hill on which it is located. This building may not be the original castle because the walls seem to date from a later reconstruction.
The Pic Galinié:
From Pic Galinié, altitude 537 meters, take the time to admire the view of the peaks of the Tabe massif: Foucat, Saint-Barthélémy, and Soularac.