Chemin de la Colle n°1 – Average difficulty 13km – 4h
The Chemin de la Colle leads you to the "Haute Montagne" from where the view extends over the aromatic cultures of the Puimichel plateau. This circuit is also an opportunity to discover old farmhouses in ruins.
Departing from Place de la République in Le Mées, join the Route d'Oraison, which you leave after a few meters to join the EDF canal on your left. After having crossed it, the path enters a small ravine then 'attacks' the cillin quite sharply in the middle of the white oaks and the holm oaks, typical of the Mediterranean forest. Gradually, the slope becomes gentler and you reach the ruins of the Chamoyes farm, where, at the beginning of the XNUMXth century, the school of the surrounding "campaigns" was held. A few hundred meters further, you reach the plateau of Puimichel whose extraordinary luminosity and the fragrance of aromatic plants are unforgettable. From there, the circuit branches off to the right (while the left path takes you to Les Pénitents or PR de Malijai.)
After 1km leave the plateau to reach, on your left, the Apollinaire ruins before descending into the Aubrespins valley, the Provençal name given to hawthorn. The end of the course is for 2km, by a small paved road in the middle of olive trees, emblems of the region.
Then you finally reach the canal and the village of Les Mées.
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- Elevation: 380 m
- Markings: Yellow
- Positive elevation: 380 m
- Distance: 13 km
- Duration in hours: 4h0
Labels & accessibility
- Circuits of France_circuits
- Registered with the PDIPR
Activities on site
- Pedestrian sports
- Hiking route