I discover with images
- The narrow gorge of the “Written Stone” 10th century. A Roman stele along the road, worth to see curiosities
- The chapel and the crypt of Dromon, 11th century, open from April to October: +33 (0) 6 72 34 81 36
- Land Art: 2 artworks by the Scottish artist Andy Goldworthy and the Forest Art Refuge (accomodation available, tel.: +33 (0)4 92 31 45 29), the Sentinel (cairn) of Authon
- The panorama of the Terres Noires at Authon and the Hyssop Pass
- The pass de Fontbelle and its forest conducive to hikes and family walks
- The old Aiglun and its Sainte-Marie-Madeleine church (orientation table) 16th - 20th century
- Several walks or strolls stroll along the route such as the site of La Baleine (the whale) at the Pierre Ecrite,(written Stone) of Dromon, le cave of St-Vincent...
The Fontbelle pass and the biological richness of its forest
Beech and conifers, discovery trail, starting point for hikes to the Monges. A picnic area and a service area for bicycles available.
From Sisteron, take the D3 towards St-Geniez on the left bank of the Durance at the bridge of La Baume.
Did you know ?
The site of "La Baleine"(the whale). From the Pierre Ecrite (Written Stone), a geological curiosity to discover on the field: no whale (baleine means whale in French) but a lapiaz, a rock formation carved by erosion reminiscent of the shape of the animal. 2.5km - 90m