Saint-Cyr peak
Saint-Cyr peak
Val Buëch-Méouge

Saint-Cyr peak

Summit and pass
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This quite physical hiking leads to a lookout point onto the Buëch valleys, the Méouge river and the surrounding massifs. The spring flora offered by the slope along the ridge is worthy of interest.

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Saint-Cyr peak

Saint-Cyr peak offers a breathtaking view on the surrounding hamlets. When the weather is good, you can also observe from its ridge Ventoux Mount’s hilly area, the Platte summit and Chabre Mountain.

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  1. From the fountains, go on the road hiking up to a fork upon the village. The fork transforms into a path.
  2. Turn left – at the signpost « Pic Saint Cyr » - and go on the steep wide path. You can sometimes enjoy the path when it crosses some hairpin bends until a forest house.
  3. Turn right on an old sledge track (which was used to transport heat wood). In a wide bend, hike up into a bank where the path ends up at Saint Pierre pass (1269 meters).
  4. On your right, take the steep forest path crossing « le pas du Loup » - a curious way between rocks - and go on the rise. Hike up on your right a stair like path and admire the panoramic view from Saint Cyr peak (1365 meters). Go down at the junction.
  5. Reach the ridge and go down along the path until a box trees area. After a rocky part, reach the signpost (950 meters, it is quite visible uphill).
  6. Turn off on your left and follow a path more or less visible. Cross an old pine wood leading to a clearing.
  7. Turn right and reach a wide tilted plateau.
  8. Go along the wide track on your right, which will soon become a slope going down to the fork taken before. Go back to the parking lot.
Towns crossed : Val Buëch-Méouge, Saint-Pierre-Avez

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Information desks

Place des Aires, 05300 Laragne-Montéglin

04 92 65 09 38

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Access and parking

From Laragne (7 km), take the departmental road D 942 to the south. Pass by Casino supermarket and cross over the Buëch river before turning on the departmental road D 124 leading to Antonaves.

Parking :

Parking: Antonaves parking lot.

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