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Eygliers / Arvieux
Parc Naturel Régional du Queyras
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A Tarred or paved road
B Dirt track
C Mule trail
D Mountain trail
E Equipped trail (cables, ladders)
F No trail

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Alpine route (equipped or very exposed section, snow field, blocks)
R131 Mont-Dauphin (Guillestre) » Refuge de Furfande
  |   5h45   |   17.5 km   |   1492 m   |   240 m

Just after Mont-Dauphin, Via Alpina crosses the village of Eygliers and joins the GR® 541 heading to the Queyras regional nature park. After having passed the highest point at the Garnier pass, the trail descends again to the Furfande hut in the midst of the pastureland by the same name, also situated on the GR® 58 “Tour du Queyras” trail.

Point Segment
Name Services Information Marking
Mont-Dauphin (Guillestre)
1052 m
| A  0.9 km / 0h15
1035 m
| A  1.8 km / 0h35
X D371 / GR 541
1194 m
| D  4.1 km / 1h10
Pt 1450
1459 m
| D  2.6 km / 0h35
1522 m
| D  4.6 km / 2h20
Col Garnier
2279 m
| D  2.3 km / 0h35
Les Granges de Furfande
2301 m
| D  1.2 km / 0h15
Refuge de Furfande
2299 m
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  • Thierry M. - 2013-11-23
    Monaco - Trieste

    2h to reach Col Garnier from refuge de Furfande, then 4h going a lot down to reached Mont Dauphin
    it is possible and i think better to catch up the GR5 in the Queyras regional park radther than taking the option I did following the Via Alpina

    Mont Dauphin has a gite le glacier Bleu, very friendly hosts (Laure and Olivier), paid 16,5euros for private 2 beds room, very clean room
    Did not ate dinner but think it really worth eating @ le glacier bleu. Highly recommanded to stay there. Another concept
    of hosting here. Own by friendly persons. Been given a fresh baguette on my departure from le Glacier bleu...

    Ceillac – Mont Dauphin : 8h30 walking, 2h30 resting, 36,9km
Last update : 2013-05-09