Quite large and well-marked, the trail is supported by walls made of dry stones. It goes through the “forest” of junipers overlooking the village of Saint-Crépin perched on its rock. The ground is still stony but the trail flattens again and goes through dry grassland with some junipers scattered here and there, then it goes up in small bends within sight of the closest housing in the hamlet of the Guions. At a junction, head down to the left towards “Combe Albrand”. It is also possible to go down the same way you came or take the alternative route.
Return via the hamlet of the Villard.
"HIKING, On foot in the Guillestrois – Great WALKS" - Guidebook sold in tourism offices in the area.
In the village of Saint-Crépin, the trail starts behind the post office, at the exit of the village, towards Briançon. Park along the wooden fence, not far from the panel marking the entrance to the site.
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