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Nous sommes très heureux de vous annoncer la nomination du restaurant dans le Michelin 2013.
Notre chef Johan Carrion a donc décroché sa première référence dans le fameux guide rouge.
Quant à l'hôtel il poursuit sa route entamé  depuis plusieurs années dans ce même guide.


Le restaurant reconnu par les Logis international et le Parc régional du Vercors, vous présente sa "nouvelle formule à petit prix" et la carte été élaboré par notre chef Johan Carrion. Un restaurant confortable, contemporain et un service attentif pour apprécier une cuisine gourmande qui invite à la découverte de notre région. Réservation au 04.76.95.11.99. (Ouvert du 15/12 au 15/04 et du 25/05 au 15/09/2013).

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The roads of the Vercors

The roads of the Vercors are particularly known to be spectacular, with breathtaking routes! Whether by car, motorcycle, bicycle or on foot, you will be enchanted by these rich and curious roads that have become, since their creation, major tourist attractions.

A little history and landscapes to discover!

Indeed, before the 19th century, travel was mainly by mule tracks, between the massif and the plain rather than between the different parts of the massif. The rise of timber transport then influenced the policies to undertake major work to open up the Vercors massif, by creating modern access roads... always accessible, for our greatest pleasure.
In 1827, the Sassenage - Villard de Lans link was the first road open to the Vercors, while the construction of the other roads followed at a frantic pace, not without difficulty, to build tunnels, suspend roads on cliffsides with rudimentary means: pic, crowbar, dynamite, men secured by a simple rope around the waist...

We invite you to explore them, during a sunny day, a weekend or during your holidays; each with its own history and particularity, but all will surprise you and leave you with unforgettable memories.
  • The Great and Small Goulets
This corbelled road, accessible since 1854, runs along the Vernaison valley, between Sainte Eulalie en Royans and Les Baraques en Vercors. Laces, aerial sections in cornice, tunnels alternate this route where belvederes allow to admire the cliffs, the Vernaison below and to smell the magical nature in this place.
Arrived at Les Baraques, after having crossed the tunnel built in 2008, to secure this historic road which has become dangerous (the great gullies are no longer accessible) your journey can continue towards Vassieux, La Chapelle-en-Vercors and the Rousset pass, towards the south or up towards Saint-Martin en Vercors, les 4 Montagnes...

  • The Col du Rousset and its tunnel: open door, between the Vercors and Provence!
The first tunnel built in 1866 (replaced by a new one in 1979) connects Pont-en-Royans directly to Die, without going through the banks of the Isère. Orientation tables provide a magnificent panoramic view from where you can also observe the majestic flight of vultures reintroduced into the Vercors in 1996.
Die - Bridge in Royans: the RD76 for 60 km

  • The Bourne Gorges
Opened in 1872, it is a road under surveillance and under regular work to secure its route. Even if it has lost some of its plume, this road remains unavoidable, especially in winter, when it is overhung by ice stalactites, causing a "freezing" feeling.... Its construction was a strategic priority to trade with the Pont-en-Royans region and the southern plain of Grésivaudan, then tourism.
Villard de Lans - Bridge in Royans: D531 for 24 km

  • The Gorges du Nan: impressive sensations....
Since 1894, this route has been narrow, dizzying and sensational. Its route, created with rudimentary techniques, has retained its authenticity and provides access to the village of Malleval, a protected site since 1945. Adrenaline lovers will be delighted!
Cognin les Gorges - Malleval: RD22 on 9 km
Cognin les Gorges - Malleval - Rencurel: RD22 then RD35 for 44 km

  • Combe Laval - Le col de la Machine
Its creation in 1898 was strongly driven by the charcoal makers who exploited the immense forest of Lente. Also built by hand, this road, which hangs on the cliff and overlooks "La Combe", is one of the most popular with tourists. The views extend over the Isère valley and as far as St-Jean-en Royans.
St Jean en Royans - Vassieux en Vercors : RD76 on 32 km

  • Ecouges; a strategic necessity!
Based in Saint-Gervais, 800m below the Ecouges forest, the Royal Foundry of Louix XIV's naval guns created an access road to quickly supply the charcoal needed to operate the blast furnaces. But it was in 1883 that a real road was built, between meadows and orchards, and then snaked between the limestone walls and waterfalls, without forgetting the crossing of the narrow and dark tunnel... an entrance into the bowels of the Vercors.
St Gervais - Balme de Rencurel: RD35 on 21 km

  • The Presles road opened in 1885Accession of open tunnels, passages carved directly into the rock, tight bends, this road offers a breathtaking view of the Allier plateau and the Vercors Highlands. For those who still need sensations, it is possible to continue on to the Gorges du Nan.
Bridge in Royans - Presles: RD292 on 11 km
Bridge in Royans - The Nan gorges - Cognin les gorges: RD292 on 27 km

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