The Balcons de Soumont

Soumont

Balcons de soumont

This hike, departing from Soumont, a little hilltop village with a surprising panorama, gives you to chance to follow some old, abandoned paths and the possibility during the trip of visiting the Prieuré Saint Michel de Grandmont, a high-spot in Roman art, then returning on a part of the Santiago de Compostela pilgrim road (GR 653). 

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Technical information sheet

3h30

12 km

Average Difficulty

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