With high basaltic cliffs as a natural rampart, this plateau has always been a shelter for man. Some archaeological discoveries show signs of a Celtic...Read more
Topped off with the remnants of one of the most important fortresses in Haute-Auvergne, this peak offers a great view on the Dordogne gorges and the Cantal...Read more
A trail goes to the top of this “puy” and to the metal cross that dominates it. You will find a tool to help your reading of the landscape.
One of the most beautiful valley in Europe with many panoramic sitesOne of the most beautiful u-shaped glacial valleys in Europe, according to Haroun...Read more
Site with 5 waterfalls and 3 waymarked pathsSite of the High Valley
Departure to 5 waterfalls and 3 waymarked trails
Panoramic viewpoint indicator with view on the Margeride mountainsPanoramic view of the plateau of Aubrac, the Margeride and the Truyère Gorge. Panoramic...Read more
Geological discovery trail with view on the Siniq valleyThematic trail on geology (information in French). View of a basalt columns rockslide and...Read more
Located at an altitude of 832 m, Mallet scenic point offers a remarkable view and a unique panorama on the valleys of the Truyère and Bès.
To discover...Read more
About fauna, flora and cultural heritage. 3h (9.4 km) green-waymarked
footpath, information boards in French, information leaflet and
The Mont Mournac culminates at an altitude of 1060 m and offers a superb view over the plateau of Aubrac, the Cantal Mountains, the Margeride and the Gorges...Read more