Summits The Plomb du Cantal - 1858 m The Plomb du Cantal is the highest summit in the Massif Cantalien, in the heart of Europe largest volcano. Exceptional views of the summits of the Massif Central: Puy Griou, Puy Mary, Puy de Sancy... View point indicator To the top : walking, mountain biking, paragliding. Access: With the cable car. Departure Station du Lioran. Open from June 17th to September 17th (depending on the weather) On walking : - Take the GR4 (red and white marked) from the ski resort Le Lioran, 4 hour walk. Difference in altitude 605m. - Take the GR4/400 from Prat de Bouc, 3hour walk. Difference in altitude 455m. The Puy Mary - 1783 m Take the mountain pass road the Pas de Peyrol (1588m) to reach the Puy Mary which is in the heart of the preserved Monts du Cantal. Access: - From the mountain pass, the Pas de Peyrol : return walk takes approximately 1 hour, climbing 199m (possible to do as family) - From Le Lioran, from Font de Cère along the GR 4/400, 6h walk (difference in altitude 540m); or leave from Font d'Alagnon taking the Rombière chair lift which is open in summer only (from July 8th to August 27th) 4h return walk. The Puy Griou - 1690 m Emblematic summit in the Cère valley. Its remarkable coneshaped peak is made of phonolite rock which produces a ringing sound when hit Access : - From Le Lioran, leave from Font de Cère : green walking trail, 8.5 km circuit 4h. Difference in altitude 390m. - Or leave from Font d'Alagnon, taking the Rombière chair lift which is open in Summer only (from July 8th to August 27th) 1h15 return walk. THE BEC DE L'AIGLE - 1700 m Access: Leave from Le Lioran, Font d'Alagnon. Signposted track : yellow footpath - 8km - 3h30 by foot. Difference in altitude 510m.