- On the foothills of the Cévennes
- 15 kilometers from Anduze
- Motorcyclists welcome
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The mountain bike area of the Massif de l'Aigoual
Culminating at 1 meters, the summit of the Gard hosts a meteorological observatory open to the public and accessible by mountain bike. The mountain biking area of the Massif de l'Aigoual invites you to discover wild spaces by different paths according to your desires and your level. Some are accessible for family outings. Others are more for advanced mountain bikers. Take the time to study the 31 routes offered by the Cévennes National Park.
The Great Crossing of the Massif Central by mountain bike
The Great Crossing of the Massif Central by mountain bike offers you a route of nearly 1 kilometres. From the mountains and lakes of Morvan, cross the splendid and little-known landscapes of the Massif Central. Take on the volcanoes of Auvergne. Cross the Cévennes National Park and the immense plateaus of the Grands Causses before reaching the beaches of the Mediterranean. From Hom to Vigan, via Espérou, this route offers you a section of great beauty on Mont Aigoual.
The Monoblet binoculars
In the foothills of the Cévennes, this fairly difficult mountain bike ride takes you for 13 kilometers in a landscape of scrubland. You will admire beautiful views of two characteristic hills, Rouquette summit and Saint-Chamant. The Col des Fosses and La Rouvière from Colognac is another marvel. Located 600 meters above sea level, Colognac is a typical Cévennes village. The green vegetation of the meadows, chestnut trees and oaks, contrasts with the aridity of the scrubland.
The loop of the Chapel of Sainte-Croix-de-Calderon
This route starts from the car park of the spinning mill in Lasalle. Mainly in the undergrowth, you will still have a good number of magnificent viewpoints.
Other essential hikes
- Saint-Martial – Saint-Roman-de-Codières from Lasalle
- Fording Circuit from Lasalle
- View of the Rocher de Midi Circuit from Monoblet
Tour of the Cevennes
The GR 67, also called Tour des Cévennes or Tour en Pays Cévenol, is a 121 kilometer hiking circuit. From Anduze to Aide-de-Côte, the route follows the Margeride draille passing through the Asclier and Pas passes.
Mont Aigoual is located at the crossroads of the GR 6 and the GR 7, which, in the massif, are enriched with many variants. The GR 66 allows you to go around Mont Aigoual. A route of about 4 hours round trip also passes through its summit.
The Saint-Loup peak
The Pic Saint-Loup is located 20 kilometers from Montpellier and is one of the most beautiful hiking sites in the region.
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6 kilometers from Sainte-Croix-de-Quintillargues offer the discovery of the profession of charcoal burner.
The trail of 4 steps
The 4 Step Trail is a sublime 000 kilometer walk for trained walkers. Wild moors, heather, chestnut groves and steep ridges will accompany you throughout your day.
The circus of Navacelles
Less than 40 kilometers from camping, the Cirque de Navacelles will take you along a waterfall, in the heart of the Vis valley, between the Causses de Blandas and Larzac. The Cirque de Navacelles is a magical place for all nature-loving hikers. The Corniche du Causse Noir hike from Peyreleau is a 6-hour loop. The chaos of Roquesaltes and Rajol hike is less difficult and only takes 2 hours.
The Cévennes roads are an ideal place for all motorcyclists who yearn for a bit of freshness when it is too hot in the plain. Fill up well before heading into the mountains because gas pumps are quite rare on the roads. Cross the Trévezel valley. Continue to the Gorges de la Dourbie. Treat yourself to the roads of the Rhodes and Faïsses passes or the Corniche des Cévennes. The views there are magnificent.
Stop at the Bambouseraie which attracts nearly 150 visitors each year. Walk along the Gardon which offers you breathtaking panoramas and areas for swimming, rest and picnics. Go to Saint-Jean du Gard, Saint-André de Valborgne, take the road to the Col de Perjuret, climb Mont Aigoual, and stop at the Abîme de Bramabiau.