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Parc Régional du Vercors

Hiking in the Vercors Regional Park

A real UFO of the HexaTrek, the Mont Aiguille stands like a statue in the middle of the chaotic scenery of the Vercors cliffs. And it is above all the emblem of the HexaTrek

The high plateaus are a haven of peace outside of time and the Archiane cirque a masterpiece of nature.

The most beautiful landscapes of the Vercors

An exceptional heritage classified as a Regional Natural Park since 1970, the Vercors is unlike any other territory: sublime nature, an exceptional wealth of relief and flora and fauna that make it a unique area.

During your trip on the hexatrek, do not miss the following places: 

High Plateaux Nature Reserve

Today, it is the largest land reserve in mainland France.

This wild area, located at the foot of the Grand Veymont, offers exceptional landscapes. It was classified as a Nature Reserve in 1985 to better protect this natural heritage.

The Mont Aiguille

A natural wonder remarkable for its shape, changing according to the point of view, sometimes needle and sometimes tooth. Also called Minsolite, it is the emblem of the Vercors. And we have also chosen it as the emblem of the HexaTrek!

Its sentinel-like appearance and its reputation as an inaccessible mountain have given Mont Aiguille its aura of mystery.

The Grand Veymont

The Grand Veymont, the highest point of the Vercors massif, offers a beautiful panorama over the Gresse Valley and the Vercors plateau.

The most spectacular viewpoint on the cliffs of the Vercors, the Grand Veymont often stands out like a barrier to the clouds, creating an ocean of white over the surroundings. 

The Pic Saint Michel

The Pic Saint-Michel offers magnificent panoramic views over the Vercors and a large part of the Alps. 

A sumptuous setting accessible from the hexatrek by an alternative path from the Col de l'Arc