GR2013 : Du Pont de Joux à Peypin
Hike - Toute l'année
Vous atteindrez le mont du Marseillais par diverses corniches et vallons, vous offrant une magnifique vue 360° sur la face Sud de la Sainte-Victoire. Afin de rejoindre Pichauris, parc départemental, vous passerez par des chemins en lacets. A travers champs et bois de chênes vous rencontrerez quelques fermes en ruines, la plus connue étant celle de la Bastidonne.
Auriol - Pont de Joux
Départ Arrêt de bus Pont de Joux
(Bus Agglo N° 8 en venant d'Aubagne).
Peypin - Le Terme
Arrivée Arrêt de bus Peypin Le Terme
(Cartreize Ligne 11 en direction La Destrousse-Souque Negre, ensuite Bus Agglo N°5 en direction d'Aubagne).
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