The Buëch River
A tributary of the Durance, the Buëch Riover is a peaceful river that irrigates many apple fields and other orchards along its course. Taking its source in Lus-la-Croix-Haute, the stream stretches for 85 kilometers and drops to an altitude of nearly 2,000 meters.
- From the tourist office, cross the Buëch bridge and go up the street on the left and turn left once again.
- At the signpost, dive into the passageway on your right and go under the railway. Climb up through the hairpin bends path under box trees and pine trees. Bend right upon the ravine and after you reach a short slope turn left towards the Trou de la Lune (905 meters). Go straight on a steady rise until a junction (signpost “Le Sacre”, 1190 meters).
- Turn left and reach Arambre summit throughout screes zones. (1434 meters, 1h30 return trip)
- Enjoy the sumptuous panoramic view and go back to the departure point following the same route. Go back to Serres.
- Despite its low altitude, the access to the rock is quite athletic.
- On your way back, you can visit Serres village. Its vaulted passages share a wealthy past (soustets).
Access and parking
From Laragne-Montéglin (17 km), follow the departmental road D 1075 at the north-west leading to Serres.
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