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The GTV Pedestrian from Grenoble

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The GTV (for Grande Tour du Vercors) is the opposite to the very high speed TGV!
No high speed here, but one of the many hiking itineraries in the massif, to be enjoyed at a leisurely walking pace, taking in each landscape, mountain and viewpoint. 
Note, the 22 day duration to complete the Great Crossing of the Vercors by foot is given as an indication, and may be varied according to your hiking level and speed.

Which other massif can bring together edelweiss (the emblematic mountain symbol) and Mediterranean thyme fragrances?
Abrupt limestone cliffs and gentle vineyards?
The massif with the six 6 big cloven hoofed beasts of France (chamois, ibex, stag, roe-deer, mouflon and wild boar), along with numerous sheep, horses, and cattle that come for the summer to feast in the flowery alpine pastures?
The Vercors, of course!
An unmissable region for hiking all year round. The climatic border between the Northern Alps and Provence, the massif dazzled by the strength and diversity of its landscapes.
The GTV itinerary is the "link" ensuring your recipe for success from these exceptional ingredients.
So what are you waiting for? Enjoy the sensations!


34 points of interest

Summit of Moucherotte

From its 1,901 meters, this summit offers a breathtaking view of the Alps and the valley of Grenoble. To better locate you in the surrounding massifs, an orientation table is at your disposal on the trail.You will also find on your way a radar of Météo-France. Installed in 2014, it can measure precipitation and wind within a radius of 50 kilometers.Until 2001, the Hotel Ermitage could also be seen standing on the Moucherotte, a luxury establishment that welcomed Brigitte Bardot, Dalida and Charles Aznavour. Abandoned since 1974 for lack of profitability, the hotel was connected to Saint-Nizier by a cable car. Only one pylon remains, which is now used by the village adventure trail.
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The plateau of Ramées

This vast, flowery alpine pasture is occupied in summer by village cows, an ancient breed of the Vercors, very adapted to its environment and restored to the taste by some local breeders. The plateau of Ramées, through its alternating wooded areas and alpine pastures, is an environment conducive to the black grouse. You can enter them cooing, but do not try to see them and especially stay on the paths, because this remarkable species is very sensitive to disturbance.
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Athlete training

The Fauge valley is regularly used for training by Vercors athletes. "We often have long training sessions during the long, hot summer days, when biathletes do most of their annual training volume. The aim is not to look for performance but to get your body working for a long time at low intensity to develop your capillary network and multiply your mitochondria, etc... To combine these training days with shooting, I sometimes ask a coach to take my equipment to the shooting range in Corrençon, and meet him there after a training run". Marie Dorin-Habert
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Shelter of the Fauge

The Fauge Shelter is a large, unguarded hut. With a fireplace, it can accommodate 20 people. It is named after the valley of the Fauge.
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Tétras Lyre (Black Grouse)

This crossroads takes its name from the black grouse. This sedentary bird is one of the symbols of the Vercors Regional Nature Park. It appears on the park's logo, in the company of the wild tulip. During the breeding season (April-May) the cock sings at daybreak. But do not try to see it and above all stay on the roads, because this remarkable species is very sensitive to disturbance.
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Ski resort of Gresse-en-Vercors

Since 1965, Gresse-en-Vercors has hosted a small 24-lane ski resort, located between 1250 m and 1750 m altitude. Nordic skiing is also present, with 50 km of groomed trails.
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Mont Aiguille

The Mont Aiguille, from its 2087 meters, is a mound of the eastern barrier of the Vercors. Indeed, the Mount is composed of the same materials as the rest of the plateau (limestones and marls deposited by the sea before the rising of the Alps) to which it was formerly attached. The most tender limestones and the presence of numerous faults facilitated the dissolution of the limestone over time, leading to the isolation of Mount.
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Chapel of Trézanne

Nestled at the foot of Mount Aiguille, the Chapel of Trézanne offers a magnificent view of this majestic mountain, overlooking it more than 1000 m. This small Romanesque chapel is characterized by its thatched roof which was rehabilitated in 2001 and recently renovated. Before the eighteenth century, the thatched roofs were numerous in the Trièves: they were gradually replaced by tile roofing, notably because of the fires.
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Cabane of Essaure

A rustic cabin located at the entrance of the Hauts-Plateaux Nature Reserve not far from the Pas de l'Essaure, in the valley Combau.It is composed of a basic common room on the ground floor with table and wood stove (to envisage small dry wood) and a floor on the floor (sleeping of 10-15 people, to envisage mattress and sleeping bag ).There is water at 700 m but be careful, it is often dry!Remember to close the chalet at the time of departure (shutters and doors).
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Col de Côte Chèvre

From the Cote de Chèvre pass, admire the panorama on the southern part of the Hauts-Plateaux du Vercors nature reserve, but also on the Serre de Beaupuy.
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The climbing site of Archiane

The circus of Archiane is one of the most beautiful natural site of the Vercors. Already in the 1950s, there were some highlights of mountaineering with openings of tracks by the great ones of the time: Jean Couzy first then Gorges Livanos, D. Leprince Ringuet, R.Flematti ...This heritage makes of Archiane a historic high place of climbing still today with more than 100 tracks. The great classics are the pillar Livanos, the way of the rising, the red parise.In 2009, with the nesting of the griffon vultures in Archiane, a consultation on the equipment was put in place by the Park in order to manage the cohabitation as well as possible.
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Châtillon-en-Diois

Nestled at the foot of the most southern cliffs of the Vercors, this medieval village has preserved from its past narrow streets called "rapes" and 17 fountains with stone basins on which climb the plants of the botanical village.Capital of canton along the river Le Bez, Châtillon-en-Diois offers all shops and services, a swimming pool and many festivities during the summer season. Its vineyard, one of the highest in France, produces red, white and rosé wines with an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée.
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View of the Châtillon vineyard

The Châtillon-en-Diois vineyard produces wines of Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC). It comprises only 65 hectares of vines, making it one of the smallest appellations. The vineyard extends over the foothills of the Vercors, which protects it from the winds of the North. It produces red and rosé wines from gamay syrah and pinot noir grapes, as well as white wine from aligoté and chardonnay grape varieties.
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The forest of Glandasse

The state forest of Glandasse covers more than 21 km². Under Mediterranean influence, there are mainly oaks and black pines. The latter, because of their relative rusticity and good tolerance to the soil, were a kind of choice in the reforestation work as part of the Mountain Restoration Policy (RTM) Administration of Water and Forests at the beginning of the twentieth century to fight erosion of the slopes.
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Glandasse

The mountain of Glandasse dominates the Diois from the top of its 2,041 meters. Its cliffs are popular for climbing, while the plateau at its summit is a place of estive for many sheep. Included in the nature reserve of the Hauts Plateaux of the Vercors, the fauna and flora are rich. From the Col des Caux, it is the Roc d'Ambane (1,958 m) that stands in front of you.
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Plateau of Vassieux

The plateau of Vassieux-en-Vercors is an open landscape characteristic of the karstic plateaus, the surface water is almost non-existent and the soils are not thick. However, dolines, which are depressions where the clay accumulates, thus allowing the cultivation of cereals, alongside these dolines, the stones are heaped up.The ruins of two old windmills are visible in the hamlet of La Mure.
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Waterfall of Tuf

Within each cascade takes place a chemical reaction. Limestone, like sugar or salt, has the property of dissolving in water. Now the water that has just crossed the mountain is loaded with dissolved limestone, invisible. The water suddenly begins to deposit limestone because of the combined effect of the rise in temperature and oxygenation. The foams take advantage of the carbon dioxide released during the chemical reaction. Condemned to see the limestone deposited on them and transform them literally into stone, they grow incessantly. The tuff thus created is a material comparable to cellular concrete (lightweight but resistant) much used for construction locally.
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Farmland

Léoncel is historically a breeding ground, a tradition inherited from the Cistercians. Until the nineteenth century and the optimum population (more than 400 inhabitants in 1856, against about 70 today) deforestation was important to gain land, especially for sheep breeding. Then the forest gradually reconquered the space with the hand of the man, since the post-war it is the cattle breeding which has developed.
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Léoncel

The GTV passes a few cables from Léoncel, the village regroups a few houses around a very beautiful Cistercian abbey of the XIIth century. This Romanesque-style building, very stripped of its limestone, is perfectly suited to its surroundings. It is classified among historical monuments since the 19th century thanks to Prosper Mérimée.
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Waterfall of Frochet

The Frochet waterfall has the characteristic of being a cascade of tuff, also called travertine. Here the environment is fresh and shaded, which is favorable to the development of mosses. Under the action of water, the mosses petrify, and this forms the tuff, which is a calcareous rock.
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The Chartreux Bridge

The Chartreux bridge is built of tufa stone, very present in the area. It allows to cross the Cholet, and has long facilitated exchanges between Saint-Laurent-en-Royans and Saint-Jean-en-Royans. It was also a place of passage for the transport of coal from the Col de la Machine.
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Arboretum

This arboretum was created in 1986 in place of an old landfill. In 2010, a collective is founded to energize the place, and events are set up around the theme of nature. Today, it is an area of biodiversity, conviviality and discovery, especially for schools.
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Gallo-Roman tombstone

Located at the entrance of the cemetery of Saint-Laurent-en-Royans, this Gallo-Roman stone is a funerary cippus of the 2nd century.The upper part of the stone forms a hollow within which offerings could be deposited. Latin inscriptions appear on the stone:"To Titus Sammius Tertiolus, employed in the writings of the aerarium (public treasury), died at the age of twenty-six, Connia Conniola to her excellent husband and Sammius Connius to her father."
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The White Waterfall (Cascade Blanche)

In the gorges of Petits Goulets the Cascade Blanche and its white veil is a place of freshness. The water of the Vernaison comes from Rousset en Vercors after having crossed the Grands and the Petits Goulets having incised the rock.
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Gorges of the Bourne

The Bourne is the main river of the Vercors, which drains all the rainwater, make snow, but also all the waters that have circulated in the kilometers of galleries and caves. These subterranean waters recover the open air by resurgences which form periodic majestic cascades emerging as if by enchantment of the rock and coming to dress up the great limestone cliffs, symbols of the landscapes of the Vercors. This torrential river also marks the territory as a way of communication between the top and the bottom. It stimulates the passions, like a magnet in this relatively dry territory, since a large part of the water circulates in the subsoil. She quietly finishes her race at St Nazaire-en-Royans in a lake located at the confluence with the Isère. For the fishermen this river is still a myth in front of the richness of its aquatic ecosystem which is home to a large population of trout and other fish. We must ensure that uses (hydropower, irrigation, agriculture, development) do not degrade this vital vein for the territory, in an uncertain future subject to the vagaries of climate change.
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Circus of Bournillon

From the path, a belvedere allows you to admire the waterfall of Moulin Marquis and the Cirque du Bournillon. With its 400 m of fall, it is one of the most important waterfalls in France. At its foot stands the cave of Bournillon with its magnificent porch. This cave is today the temporary emergence of the largest karst basin of the Vercors.
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The Goulandière

The ruins of Goulandière tell the story of men who came to cultivate the land in this hamlet lost in the heart of the forest of Coulmes, without any water, as a challenge to nature. The houses are built on the rock, not to reduce the fields gained on the forest. The recent rehabilitation of the hamlet makes it possible to imagine this rude existence. Theme circuits invite you to discover the lifestyles of the Middle Ages.
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Vallon of Rencurel

During the ascent to the Pas du Follet, admire the view over the Rencurel valley, dominated by the rocks of Méaudre and the Rochers de Gonson. It was here that part of the film was filmed: "Une hironelle a fait le printemps" by Christian Carion in 2001.
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The Via Vercors

The Via Vercors is a gentle, easy and secure route. It is accessible to all: pedestrians, bicycles, people with reduced mobility ... On 40 km, it makes the link between the municipalities of the 4 mountains.
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The Bec de l'Orient

From the Bec de l'Orient, admire the view towards the north-west, the Isère valley and the Chartreuse mountains.
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Viewpoint of the Molière

The viewpoint of the Molière offers one of the most beautiful panoramas of the Vercors. A large part of the Alps is offered to you as far as Mont Blanc, passing by the Chartreuse, Belledonne or Oisans.
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Bear Footprints

Many places in the Vercors testify to the old presence of the Bear. It is here that it has remained the longest in the French Alps. The last was reportedly killed at the Col de l'Arc in 1901, and the last sighting took place in St Martin-en-Vercors in 1937. A reintroduction project was carried out in 1990, when the Vercors was identified as one of the most suitable sites in France.Catch a trace (carved) hides in the gap of the Pas de l'Ours!
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Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte

Did you know ? Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte, a commune of 1100 inhabitants, hosted the ski jumping events at the 1968 Grenoble Olympic Games. The infrastructures are now disused.
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Description

The Great Crossing explores the trails of the Vercors Regional Natural Park. Created in 1970, the Park extends from 180 to 2,341 metres in altitude, culminating in the Grand Veymont and the Rocher Rond.
The region brings together seven geographical sectors: the Quatre-Montagnes, the Coulmes, the Drome Vercors, the Royans, the Diois, the Trièves and the Gervanne. 
Alongside the Isère, we find the cool Northern Alps, whilst in the Drôme, the Mediterranean climate and fragrant vegetation perfume the paths. To the north and south, the massif is covered by a thick layer of limestone, which, through erosion, has created the spectacular landscapes: gorges, needles, cliffs, lapiaz… 
And when we say an exceptional environment, we also find amazing flora and fauna.
But the Vercors is also a place where people live: 
54,000 inhabitants are spread across the region, with the old "Vertacomicoriens" mixing with new residents attracted by the exceptional quality of life. 
The itinerary goes through numerous villages amongst the 84 in the park, ideal to visit and restock on supplies. After a magnificent day of hiking, who can resist the delicious "vercouline", a local speciality based on Vercors-Sassenage blue cheese?

A variant to the main tour is a 60 kilometre trail going through the High Plateaux at the heart of the Natural Reserve. Created in 1985, the reserve nestles at the heart of the Vercors Park, in its highest and wildest area. No roads, no villages. 
The scarcity of surface water has prevented a permanent human presence. The only activities are grazing, which is still alive, and forestry. Its main task is to preserve and study nature. For this, the six reserve rangers conduct observations of the fauna and flora. Another specificity of this region: very little itinerary signposting, no real refuges, but instead unmanned cabins and shelters. These conditions may seem restrictive at first sight, but they provide the guarantee of total immersion in this rich, preserved natural environment.

From the "Grand Tour" itinerary, you can also take a trip to the Vercors Haut-Plateaux at any time. Invent your own "GTV"!

Departure : Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte
Arrival : Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte
Towns crossed : Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte, Claix, Lans-en-Vercors, Villard-de-Lans, Le Gua, Château-Bernard, Saint-Andéol, Gresse-en-Vercors, Saint-Michel-les-Portes, Saint-Martin-de-Clelles, Chichilianne, Treschenu-Creyers, Châtillon-en-Diois, Laval-d'Aix, Die, Romeyer, Chamaloc, Marignac-en-Diois, Ponet-et-Saint-Auban, Sainte-Croix, Vachères-en-Quint, Saint-Andéol, Saint-Julien-en-Quint, Vassieux-en-Vercors, Bouvante, Omblèze, Le Chaffal, Léoncel, Saint-Jean-en-Royans, Saint-Laurent-en-Royans, Sainte-Eulalie-en-Royans, Pont-en-Royans, Châtelus, Choranche, Presles, Saint-André-en-Royans, Saint-Pierre-de-Chérennes, Izeron, Malleval-en-Vercors, Rencurel, Méaudre, Autrans, La Rivière, Montaud, Noyarey, Engins

Altimetric profile


Sensitive areas

Along your trek, you will go through sensitive areas related to the presence of a specific species or environment. In these areas, an appropriate behaviour allows to contribute to their preservation. For detailed information, specific forms are accessible for each area.
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Recommandations

Before setting off:
Avoid going alone.
Check accommodation availability.
Pack warm, waterproof clothing and suitable shoes.
Water is rare, so plan accordingly. Treat or filter the water that you drink.
Do not hesitate to call upon the services of a trained, competent professional.

In the mountains:
Use the installed passages to cross fences, close gates and barriers.
Stay on the marked trails and respect private property.
The trails can be slippery in rainy conditions!
Do not cross hay meadows or cultivated fields.

Ensure that the fauna is not scared by your presence.

Respect sheep farms, refuges and cabin shelters.

Collect your waste, think nature.
You are in summer pastures, and may meet herd protection and guard dogs (patous). Always ensure that you go a long way round the animals, calmly so that the dog can identify you, do not pat or threaten them. 
Warning: during the summer period which may extend from May to October, dogs are PROHIBITED by municipal order in certain alpine zones, EVEN IF THEY ARE ON LEADS!
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112 (valid throughout Europe). Warning: there are some "white areas" in the region!

Is in the midst of the park
The national park is an unrestricted natural area but subjected to regulations which must be known by all visitors.

Information desks

101 place Mure-Ravaud, 38250 Villard-de-Lans

http://www.villarddelans-correnconenvercors.com

04 76 95 10 38

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48 Grande Rue, 38680 Pont-en-Royans

http://tourisme.saintmarcellin-vercors-isere.fr/

tourisme@saintmarcellin-vercors-isere.fr

04 76 385 385

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10 Place des Lucioles, 26620 Lus-la-Croix-Haute

http://www.diois-tourisme.com

luslacroixhaute@diois-tourisme.com

04 92 58 51 85

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Parvis de l'Aqueduc, 26190 Saint-Nazaire-en-Royans

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04 75 48 49 80

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13 Place de l'Eglise, 26190 Saint-Jean-en-Royans

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04 75 48 61 39

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Place du Général de Gaulle, 26400 Crest

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accueil@coeurdedrome.com

04 75 25 11 38

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Grande rue, 38680 Pont-en-Royans

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ot.pontenroyans@gmail.com

04 76 36 09 10

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246 avenue Léopold Fabre, 38250 Lans-en-Vercors

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04 76 95 42 62

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Le village, 38250 Corrençon-en-Vercors

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04 76 95 81 75

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2 Rue du Cinéma, 38880 Autrans-Méaudre-en Vercors

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04 76 95 30 70

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Rue des Jardins, 26150 Die

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04 75 22 03 03

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Place Locmaria, 38 112 Autrans-Méaudre-en Vercors

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info@autrans-meaudre.com

04 76 95 20 68

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Place Pietri, 26 420 La Chapelle-en-Vercors

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04 75 48 22 54

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Place du Village, 38250 Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte

http://www.saint-nizier-du-moucherotte.fr/ot-st-nizier.html

stnizier.tourisme@wanadoo.fr

04 76 53 40 60

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43, route du Grand-Veymont, 38650 Gresse-en-Vercors

http://www.trieves-vercors.fr/

tourisme@gresse-en-vercors.fr

04 82 62 63 50

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705 route de Grenoble, 38470 Vinay

http://tourisme.saintmarcellin-vercors-isere.fr/

tourisme@saintmarcellin-vercors-isere.fr

04 76 385 385

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Square Jean Giono, 26410 Châtillon-en-Diois

http://www.chatillonendiois-tourisme.com/

chatillonendiois@diois-tourisme.com

04 75 21 10 07

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Access and parking

- From the North of France (Paris: 6h)
Autoroutes A6, A48, then exit Villard-de-Lans by the RN 532 towards "Vercors".
- From the South of France (Marseille: 3h)
Autoroutes A7 (to Valence Sud), A49, then exit La Baume d’Hostun towards Villard-de-Lans. At Saint-Nazaire-en-Royans, take the RD 531 towards Villard-de-Lans.
 

Parking :

Car park in the village of Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte or car park in the lieu-dit "Les Pucelles"

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