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The summit of Teillon

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary in Peyroules
9.6 km
  • After a long verdant valley, climb the final alpine pasture. In the spring it is an enchantment of flowers dotting the mountain.

  • From the village, follow the GR® (white and red markings). Go in front of the hostel towards Soleilhas and the Teillon. Climb gradually the hill, then into the forest. At 1.3km, join on a berm, the intersection between Teillon and Soleihas.
    1- Leave the GR®, and take the marked yellow path (PR) to the right. Climb in the woods for another 800m, then continue on the hillside above the Gravières valley. Cross the other side and cross the crossroad with the Chapelle St Martin trail.
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    From the village, follow the GR® (white and red markings). Go in front of the hostel towards Soleilhas and the Teillon. Climb gradually the hill, then into the forest. At 1.3km, join on a berm, the intersection between Teillon and Soleihas.
    1- Leave the GR®, and take the marked yellow path (PR) to the right. Climb in the woods for another 800m, then continue on the hillside above the Gravières valley. Cross the other side and cross the crossroad with the Chapelle St Martin trail.
    2- Continue the climb on the Teillon trail. Arriving on the mountain pasture, cross a small stream and climb straight down the slope. Go past the photovoltaic installations and follow the cairns and the yellow markings on the ground to reach the pastoral hut. From there, another 500m to reach the top of Teillon by going straight down the slope.
    3- Return by the same route, or at point 2, return by the path on the left, passing by the chapel St Martin (yellow markings).
    Difficulté = Difficult
  • Departure : Parking, la Garde.
    Arrival : Parking, la Garde.
    5km southeast of Castellane, by the D4085 (road Napoleon).
    Limitons les déplacements en voiture, pensons aux transports en commun et au covoiturage. Tous les transports en commun sur www.pacamobilite.fr
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