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Table of orientation
If the desire takes you to access one of the "roofs" of Corrèze, in record time, direction Les Quatre Routes d'Albussac.
A carpet of heather awaits you on arrival in the parking lot, at the foot of the puy de Roche de Vic.
The dirt road leading to the summit is nicely dotted with rocks and tangled roots.
Surrounded on one side by pines and some birch trees, the path opens on the right, on a sea of ferns.
The horizon emerges, the path disappears leaving the rocks at the foot of the Notre-Dame chapel, forming natural staircases.
Nothing that scares a VTTiste downhill.
From above, Le Puy, whose contours are drawn out, forms an oval, defended by the steep rocks and a ditch, about ten meters wide.
The current access road, borrowed a few minutes earlier (and yes, there is little more to climb) follows a part of this old ditch.
Even if some traces testify to a prehistoric occupation, those left by the old defensive work date from the Middle Ages.
View of distant landscapes
It is high time to look up and scrutinize the surroundings.
The weather is not the most clear, but the Cantal mountains to the east stand out clearly, of which the highest, named lead of the Cantal amounts to 1,858 meters.
Farther to the north and further away, the Puy de Sancy (1,886 meters), the Puy de Dôme or the Puy de Bort are divined in the confines of a foggy sky.
The Corrézien massif of Monédières, not far from there, stands proudly and calls the observer to its hiking trails and its blueberry delights.
In the background, to the Northeast, the vast plateau of Millevaches, the point of junction between the three entities Limousines.
Turning slightly to the west, a small arrow indicates, not far from there, the puy de Pauliac, located in the commune of Aubazine, including the abbey andThe monks' canal worth a detour.
Highest point at 636 meters
Then the look turns resolutely towards the West and clings to the basin of Brive which arises after expanses of shady forests and meadows.
A little more rotation and here is the South: the plateau of Rocamadour where the lovers of cheeses and old stones will be filled, Castelnau castle, the towers of Saint-Laurent at Saint-Céré or the puy d'Issolud (Vayrac ), A Gaulish oppidum, the theater of the last great battle of the Gallic war.
Ideas of corrèze walks are accessible a few cables from the puy.
But those who would already be overwhelmed by this bucolic observation, will always be able to descend the fifteen kilometers separating them from the quays of Argentat or why not visit the Gothic church of Neuville, or the Sente aux Cochons located only 4 km away.
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