A circular walk starting at the Grotte de Labeil, on the road up to the plateau beyond Lauroux – a walk that we did in March 2014. A lot of the walk was on open tracks through the Escandorgue beech (hêtre) forest, but some was along narrow but well-maintained paths through the woods and under the escarpment cliffs, and the first part of this was steep and rocky, though always secure underfoot.
En route: views over the plain towards the sea, and some interesting rock collections/formations (dinosaur feet?)
Distance: 5 km
Waymarked (but there are lots of waymarked walks in this area)
Thanks to Marlene for the photos