Randonnée au col de Rabou

Hiking tour 16 - col de Rabou

Sport, Hiking itinerary, Pedestrian sports in Dévoluy
15.0 km
  • Historical route linking Dévoluy and the Petit-Buëch valley. A pilgrimage route used once by the Devoluards. Exceptional flora and grandiose panoramas !

  • Maison du Dévoluy Le Pré Truziaud La Champ
    Clos du Goutay Col ​​de Rabou Dessous Vallon Froid
    Rond Bois Pont du Villard La Beyssa
    House of Dévoluy.

    Go up in the hamlet of Pré, to the left of the L’Eterle store. Take the direction of Hameau de Truziaud. After having reached it, cross it on the right, passing in front of the oven and the fountain to reach the sign "La Champ".
    Take the pastoral track to the Merdarel torrent and follow a long but easy climb. Continue on a
    path to...
    Maison du Dévoluy> Le Pré> Truziaud> La Champ
    > Clos du Goutay> Col ​​de Rabou> Dessous Vallon Froid
    > Rond Bois> Pont du Villard> La Beyssa
    > House of Dévoluy.

    Go up in the hamlet of Pré, to the left of the L’Eterle store. Take the direction of Hameau de Truziaud. After having reached it, cross it on the right, passing in front of the oven and the fountain to reach the sign "La Champ".
    Take the pastoral track to the Merdarel torrent and follow a long but easy climb. Continue on a
    path to "Clos du Goutay". We then join the
    "Col de Rabou" by the GR 94 on a long track
    pastoral that winds through the pastures.
    A very beautiful view is available to you if you go up to the TV station on your right.
    The return is made below the ascent track via a small valley towards the barges sheepfold then Bois Rond (one of the last original forests of the massif). At the sign "Bois Rond" turn right towards "Pont du Villard", to return to the starting point.

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  • Departure
    Dévoluy
  • Plain text period
    From 01/05 to 01/11.
  • Environment
    • Mountain location
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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