After leaving Granille, we continued through the glorious woodlands, mostly downhilll and then back up to the village Bergue Supérieur. Bergue Supérieur is another small medieval village with stone buildings and narrow streets.
It was fun to explore the village while passing through the streets, but it wasn’t long before we had passed through the town and were on our way to the next. Meanwhile, the way out of Bergue Supérieur provided a wonderful view.
Not far out of Bergue Supérieur, a view of the next town, Bergue Inférieur could already be seen. However, it was still some distance away, and we needed to go down into a valley and back up to get there.
On the descent into the valley, we almost got lost by the rooster and chickens.
In the valley we encountered a bridge and waterfall. Along the road afterwards was a long line of caterpillars following each other. (48 caterpillars in a line!)
Finally we arrived at Bergue Inférieur. There were more stone buildings here. As a note, the “Supérieur” and “Inférieur” in the names of these towns refers to which town is further along the road, and not which has a higher elevation.
We continued past this town as well, onto our final destination for the day…