Rocher de Ronesque

This basalt rock, like the Rock of Carlat, was formed on the site of an old peneplain, covered as a result of volcanic activity, then sliced through by great valleys. You can drive up to it, as far as the tiny chapel, from where the magnificent panoramic view takes in the huge plateau, with the Monts de Cantal to the north and the Monts de l'Aubrac to the southeast. Below, to the right, the Château de Messilhac overlooks the Vallée du Goul.

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D 459, 15130 Cros-de-Ronesque