TRUC DE BALDUC

in Saint-bauzile
  • The Truc de Balduc is a limestone table in the center of a large sedimentary basin crossed in particular by the Bramont and Nize rivers. It occupies an area approaching 549 hectares. The summit of Le Truc is the area of crops and hay meadows, the steep foothills are largely covered with black pine woods and the gentle slopes below are occupied by meadows, crops and pastures laid out in bocage. The cliffs are the domain of birds and rock plants. Source: National Museum of Natural History,...
    The Truc de Balduc is a limestone table in the center of a large sedimentary basin crossed in particular by the Bramont and Nize rivers. It occupies an area approaching 549 hectares. The summit of Le Truc is the area of crops and hay meadows, the steep foothills are largely covered with black pine woods and the gentle slopes below are occupied by meadows, crops and pastures laid out in bocage. The cliffs are the domain of birds and rock plants. Source: National Museum of Natural History, ZNIEFF inventory. The summit is accessible from the hamlet of Varazoux to hikers familiar with steep slopes.
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