Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
D/A : mi 0 - alt. mi 0
1 : mi 1.3 - alt. mi 1.3
2 : mi 3.36 - alt. mi 3.36
3 : mi 3.59 - alt. mi 3.59
4 : mi 4.09 - alt. mi 4.09
5 : mi 4.95 - alt. mi 4.95
6 : mi 5.27 - alt. mi 5.27
7 : mi 5.53 - alt. mi 5.53
8 : mi 5.86 - alt. mi 5.86
9 : mi 6.08 - alt. mi 6.08
10 : mi 6.55 - alt. mi 6.55
11 : mi 7.77 - alt. mi 7.77
12 : mi 7.96 - alt. mi 7.96
13 : mi 8.05 - alt. mi 8.05
14 : mi 9.01 - alt. mi 9.01
15 : mi 9.19 - alt. mi 9.19
16 : mi 9.42 - alt. mi 9.42
D/A : mi 9.5 - alt. mi 9.5
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A fairly conventional circuit that lets walkers admire the Cirque de Navacelles and hike in the gorges of La Vis. The ruins of the Moulins de la Foux are the ultimate goal of the hike, with beautiful explanations of these water mills and on the underground portion of the screw, not yet fully explored.
An easy walk with few real difficulties offering stunning panoramic views of the valleys of the Gardon in Saint-Jean and Mialet. On the trip you can discover the concretions and gours of the Grotte de Valaurie (300m of underground galleries) if the entrance is still open.
From Valleraugue, the famous trail of the 4,000 Steps up to the Mont Aigoual observatory.
To make this route into a loop, follow the GR6 on the long descent to the forest towards Aire de Côte, before finally crossing the chestnut groves above the village of Berthezène.
A journey through both geological time and history, exploring the medieval village of Sauve and the chaos of the Mer des Rochers.
Circuit on the eastern slopes of the Causse de l'Hortus visiting its sites of interest: Lafous mill, Embruscalles lake, Mas Neuf, the archaeological site of the Causse rock with a view of the entire Gard plains and the pre-Alps beyond, Mont Lozère, Aigoual and more...
At the heart of the Languedocian hinterland, Lake Salagou is a perfect place for a hike and all sorts of sports activities in the fresh air.
This trek works its way up from the Hérault valley to Roc de la Vigne. Leaving the village, off the beaten tracks, you'll explore Forêt Domaniale de Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert on cobblestone roads. Along the way, the remains of old farms, caves, a semi-troglodyte retreat and a breath-taking view from the top of Roc de la Vigne.
A hike in the foothills of the Larzac plateau overlooking Cirque du Bout du Monde and the village of Gourgas with a return journey via a beautiful forest path.
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