Col du Cendrier
A forest hike to the Subeyranne Forest House and its fine fountain, then a steep climb to the Barry mountain crest and the Col du Cendrier at 2,170 m. On the way back, don’t forget to see the Pépètes Chapel, an edifice that is unique in its kind.
1 point of interest
Champsaur architectureToday's landscapes and the houses are no accident. They bear the trace of humans, who were less concerned with building attractive places, than with striving to find the best rigorously functional solutions for the area. In the northern part of the Drac valley, an area often faced with a cold wind, hedges were planted, buildings were close together and almost blind on the north-facing side. On the balconies to the east, as in St-Michel-de-Chaillol or St-Julien-en-Chapsaur, the aim was to find sunlight and the facade often had a large porch.
Leaving from the village of Les Infournas Hauts, follow the GR50 to the Subeyranne Forest House. Leave the GR50 and head for Col du Cendrier.
- Departure : Les Infournas Hauts, Saint-Bonnet-en-Champsaur
- Towns crossed : Les Infournas and La Motte-en-Champsaur
Access and parking
From the RN 85, take the D 945 towards St Bonnet, then the D23 towards La Motte-en-Champsaur and the D 123 to Les Infournas. From there, continue to Les Infournas Hauts.
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