Blue markings


Anliac - Laurie

Après s’être hissé au-dessus de Laurie, le randonneur appréciera le charme d’un parcours plat et reposant avec un panorama circulaire : Mont Journal, Brèche de Giniol, Suc de Védrines. Une halte au tumulus du Chouquet apporte une touche d’archéologie.


-For your safety, please check the weather forecast before setting off on your hike.

-To preserve the environment in which you are located, please avoid leaving garbage in nature.

-Remember to take the appropriate equipment for the weather conditions and the hiking itinerary (hiking boots, water bottle, cap, sunglasses, jacket…).

Guidebook with maps/step-by-step

Departure- Depart from Laurie, place de l’église, up the alley leaving the church behind.

This alley makes two hairpin bends to reach a wider road. Turn right towards Anliac.

1 – 150 metres after a bend in the road, turn left onto a wide track which rises slightly. When you reach a scree slope and a fork, keep left.

At the track, turn left and descend slightly. Viewpoint over the Pérou volcano, rich in volcanic breccia and augite (an acid-proof black mineral).

2- At the crossroads, turn right, then, after about 40 m, right again. The grassy path then runs alongside a remarkable wall. It crosses the plateau, then becomes a wide track leading back to the D55.

Panoramic views of Mont Journal, Brèche de Giniol, Sucs de Védrines, Luzer and Loubarcet.

3- At the road, turn right for 250 m.

4- Leave the road to take a gravel path on the right that bends into a hairpin. Viewpoint over Foulières, built on a spur to save land.

5- Go straight ahead at the crossroads. Continue straight ahead on this wide track for about 800 metres.

6- At the crossroads, leave the downhill track and turn right onto a grassy path (do not enter the meadow).

7- At the entrance to the hamlet of Anliac, take the second track on the right at the corner of a wall, then turn right at the road. Turn left at the bend in the road, then right 20 m further on, on a path that leads downhill, crosses a small stream and climbs back up to Le Suquet. A burial mound is visible.

8- At the crossroads, turn left and take the same path to Laurie as on the outward journey.


All year round.

Subject to favorable weather.

Prices & payment

Free access.

Comfort, equipment and Services

  • Car park
  • Unguided group tours available permanently
  • Unguided individual tours available permanently



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