Exploration hiking in the Veynois forest (Buëch Valley, Hautes-Alpes)

Duration : 1 day

France, Southern Alps

Level : intermediate, from 10 years old

from 25 € / p. from 1 to 12 persons

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Go on a hike exploring the Veynois forest in the Buëch Valley, between deep ravines and dizzy rocky ridges.

This hiking proposal is meant to be eco-friendly: meeting and leave at Veynes station at the arrival of the train from Grenoble at 10:30am. A departure from Valence at 6:56am allows to join that of Grenoble.

Route in loop with a departure at 850 meters of altitude, passing by the Cuberselle Pass (1254m) then that of Combe Noire  and returning to Veynes via Serre, Gué and the Barn.

Provide the basic equipment for a day hike: backpack, drink, rain raincoat, hat, lunch, sunglasses, change of clothes and adapted shoes of course!


Alternation of different environments: forests, open summits, itinerary conducive to geology and depending on the period to discover a rich and specific flora. Wildlife is present and encounters and surprises are common.

The return is set for 7pm at the station, which allows to leave at 7:13pm for Grenoble, Valence or other destinations. If you travel by car: parking on site!

The price includes

  • Supervision by the hiking guide
  • Loan of hiking poles if reserved during registration
  • First aid kit and radio
  • Binoculars and spyglass for observations
  • Specific price for groups, associations, schools

The price does not include

  • Transport
  • Lunch
  • Drinks
Next departures :

No scheduled departure, but you can contact me to book your dates.

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