We have 6,600 kilometres of hiking trails! Whether you just enjoy walking, middle mountain hiking or you are an experienced hiker, there are all levels of difficulty, from the gentle walk to a great trek, at altitudes from 200 to 3,000 metres.
A website and a mobile app dedicated to hiking activities
Run out of ideas for hikes? Here is the site you need: www.rando-alpes-haute-provence.fr!
You can consult it on your computer, tablet or your Smartphone and there are a large number of itineraries which are characteristic of the Alpes de Haute Provence for the 5 activities: walking, riding, mountain biking, cycletouring and trail running.
You can also download the app for increased mobility. You are automatically geo-localized – your position appears on the map and you can choose your activity: walking, riding, cycling, mountain biking or trail running.
When you have chosen your itinerary, download the description and the map and set off on your excursion (offline) using the GPS on your device!
To download the app:
- Themed hikes offer a number of topics for a different sort of hike: discovering the heritage, terroir, literature and Nordic walking, etc.
Hiking while roaming
Discover hiking guides and maps (in french)
Prepare your day or weekend outings with our hiking guides and maps.
There are over thirty-five books on the department’s trails in a collection published by Agence de Développement des Alpes de Haute-Provence, in collaboration with the French Hiking Federation and the Tourist Offices.
Take to the heights and reach the peaks to discover the mountain huts of the Alpes de Haute Provence.
Brochure hiking (in french)
Download brochure (in french)
(format pdf – 10 mo)
Reporting a problem on a hiking trail
So that you can enjoy the blazed and maintained trails in the department to the full, please report any problems encountered on the hiked itineraries by using the le Suricate national website. (in french)
Advice to hikers?
Blazing and signposting to show you the way, the behaviour to adopt in the presence of sheep guard dogs and more advice for a successful hike.