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A pleasant walk letting you discover the National Forest of the Colle du Rouët, the Trou de Gournié, also called Cascade de l'Endre and the river Endre.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
Depart from the car park at the beginning of the Piste des Corbières on the edge of the D47 where you can park without any problems.
(D/A) At the barrier, take the Piste des Corbières indicated by a sign prohibiting traffic. Ignore a path that appears very soon to your left and reach an intersection.
(1) Ignore the left-hand path that you'll later return on, and continue on the main track passing all other paths.
(2) At the intersection of the Stèle du Chasseur, turn left and keep following this descending track, cross the GR51 and get to the Piste des Pradinaux.
(3) When you arrive at the intersection with the Piste des Pradinaux, turn right and go up to the Trou de Gournier.
(4) From the Trou de Gournier, retrace your steps back to the Piste des Pradinaux passing the forest house.
(3) Continue until the intersection with the Piste des Pines Pignons on the left (barrier and sign with the name of the track)
(5) Turn left on the Piste des Pines Pignons which joins the Piste des Corbières.
(1) When you get to the intersection, turn right and join the car park (D/A).
D/A : mi 0 - alt. 236ft
1 : mi 0.21 - alt. 249ft - Outward-leg and return-leg junction
2 : mi 1.25 - alt. 377ft - Left at la Stèle du Chasseur,
3 : mi 2.64 - alt. 174ft - Right at the junction of the Piste des Pradinaux
4 : mi 3.33 - alt. 180ft - Trou de Gournier
5 : mi 4.6 - alt. 151ft - Left, the Piste des Pins Pignons
D/A : mi 6 - alt. 236ft
This route has very little shade, except when you arrive at the Piste des Pradinaux which leads to the Trou de Gournier where you can refresh yourself in a pool. Nevertheless, the pines will shade you from time to time over the entire walk.
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Ideal in summer and on warmer days, avoid periods of heavy rain.
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