On the southern slope of the Tabe massif dominated by the Saint Barthélémy peak (2348m above sea level), the beautiful lake of Appy, renowned for its fish, is the opportunity for an easy hike of over 750m of elevation gain. From “la Corniche”, a plateau suspended at an altitude of 1000m, you will see, as you climb, the border peaks of the Aston massif. Sun, heat and panorama will be your accomplices during all this very pretty hike from the village of Appy.
Access from: Take the RN20 to Luzenac. Follow Lordat then take the Route de la Corniche (RD20) towards Axiat. 2 km further, when you reach the village of Appy, go up to the right and park in the car park provided for this purpose.
South of Ariège, on the border with Andorra, are the Ariège Pyrenees. Between mountainous landscapes and activities, there are many [...]