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près de Allemogne, Région Rhône-Alpes (France)

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La randonnée est longue de 13 km, avec un gain en altitude et une perte de 1200 m (un peu plus facile que dimanche dernier)
Nous nous garons à "Le Tiocan" dans les hauteurs de Thoiry (N46 ° 14.875 'E5 ° 57.489').
Nous commençons par une montée de 1000m pour atteindre les crêtes du Jura et la grotte de Sainte Marie du Jura. Nous visiterons cette petite caverne intrigante qui hébergeait légalement un Hermite.
Nous continuerons ensuite sur les crêtes en profitant d'une vue imprenable sur les Alpes et la vallée du Genève, pour atteindre notre premier plus haut sommet du Jura: Le Reculet. Après un peu de repos, nous continuerons sur la crête à travers différents paysages intéressants pour rejoindre notre deuxième plus haut sommet du Jura: Les Crêts de la Neige, où nous aurons notre pause déjeuner.
De là, nous plongerons dans un impressionnant canyon et sortirons par un beau sentier. Nous commencerons alors notre descente.
Nous devrions pouvoir faire la randonnée en 6 à 7 heures.

3 commentaires

  • elviswang 12 mai 2019

    I have followed this trail  View more

    We've followed the wrong guys and went along an uphill, therefore skipping Grotte Marie du Jura, this might cut 1 km. The trail there is not very clear because of snow, and it's not on the open street map as well. But we went further than Cret de la Neige, all the way to Grand Cret, that's almost 2 km extra.

    We end up going around 15 km. Roughly 6h45 hike since I didn't start tracking right into the hike. It was in early May so there's quite some snow and it's snowing and blowing hard between Cret de la Neige and Grand Cret. We enjoyed the scenery a lot because as soon as we reach Grand Cret, the cloud is blown to the west side. There're snow here and there between them, and on the road that we went down. Didn't go through the canyon(quite precise here!) because too much snow there. Ended up with wet toes but that's at the end of the day so not too bad. We also spent 20 minutes for lunch break. I would say in drier condition without snow and wind, I believe the original track is doable for fit people within 5h30. But 7-7h30 hours are safe.

    TL;DR:
    Description quite precise, doable within 7-7h30, even with wet/snow/wind condition here and there. With better condition, for fit people, 5h30 might be doable. Bring more water as after Narderan, there doesn't seem to be water point. Perfect scenery.

  • Photo de Christian Holzl

    Christian Holzl 17 mai 2019

    Yes, with snow it's a bit more tricky.
    But you missed the cavern and the canyon, the two landmarks !
    You have to go back, definitely :-)
    Thanks for your comment and happy you enjoyed the hike.

  • Photo de Esther on Tour

    Esther on Tour 17 juin 2019

    I have followed this trail  View more

    Despite cloudy skies, we've had some nice views and even got to see a chamois.
    Just the path from the Chalet Narderant to the Grotte was hardly existing, but it is totally feasible to just cross the area without a path (though be aware of the cows, they did not seem to be used to hikers crossing....).
    Around Le Reculet, we met a lot of people, well it was Sunday...

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