Don't believe the chateau's promise of a 15-minute walk- Allow up to an hour each direction (You may feel like you are "going uphill both ways"!), on a rocky path which can be slippery when wet.(We were caught in a late afternoon lightning storm ). Even though I was muttering under my breath with every twist and turn on this strenuous hike , the destination was worth the climb--absolutely one of the highlights of our trip . you will feel like you are back in the Middle ages , and also at the end of the world . Allow enough time to explore the various chambers once you reach the top . (note- you will have to return the same way you came up). Audio guides are available, but they aren't rented during the last hour or so that the chateau is open. (Note- once you reach the top, you may want (as i did) a "trophy 'poster , available for sale at the shop at the Chateau de Queribus site.Also, you may want to make this your single outing for the day (not the last stop in ruined-chateau-hopping as we did!
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