In Lozère, hikers discovered the high-altitude lakes

In Lozère, hikers discovered the high-altitude lakes
In Lozère, hikers discovered the high-altitude lakes

After Ariège in 2023, it is in Lozère, near Langogne, that 25 hikers from the Rando-Découverte association met for the traditional Pentecost weekend outing. Four days of hiking at an altitude of more than 1,000 m with unpredictable, stormy and humid weather.

After a first warm-up of around fifteen kilometers, under a bright sun, on the Las Fados trail, near Saint-Flour-de-Mercoire, the participants settled at the campsite “Les Sous-Bois du Lac” in Bessettes/Chastanier, overlooking Lake Naussac, near Langogne.

The next day, due to weather problems, the planned outing had to be canceled, replaced by a visit to the spinning museum in Langogne for some, discovery of the town of Cheylard-l’Évèque with its chapel dedicated to Notre-Dame de all Graces, offering a magnificent view of the village, for others.

On Sunday, the weather was a little nicer in the morning, allowing the group to meet on the dam of Lake Naussac and travel nearly 18 km along the water reservoir, passing by the Donozau waterfall. The storm was there for the finale.

Finally, on Monday, after a final walk around Lake Charpal (1,350 m), which was rainy at the end of the route, everyone took the return route.

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