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On the trail of the GR10, the Granges d’Astau and Espingo Lake, via Lake Oô.
A gentle walk to the Artigue waterfalls.
Landscapes “rich in nature” on this hike in the area of Gavarnie, accompany your steps towards the peak of Taillon, through the legendary Roland breach. Taillon, a summit that at the top of its 3144 m, offers a stunning panorama and striking views as far as the eye can see.
This hike is based on the route published by SICOVAL "Circular walk from Notre-Dame des Bois", which I modified at the end.
Beautiful course, above and in the Alzou valley, visiting two mills: the Moulin du Saut (fortified mill of the 12th century) and the Moulin de Tournefeuille.
An easy, child-friendly walk, and dogs are allowed. A semi-shaded route, to see donkeys and sheep near Domaine de la Source, and along a lake.
A lovely hike beginning at the viewing point of the Cascade d'Autoire and the Château des Anglais and which, at the halfway point, crosses the Marais de Bonnefont.
The Chemin des Amoureux (Lovers' Path) takes you up the Laudot valley toward Cammazes. You return on the GR7.
A hike between vineyards and hills which enables you to discover a gently undulating landscape where pretty small villages and lovely dovecotes, enhanced by their careful restoration, nestle. The Château-Musée du Cayla which is located on the walk could also provide amateur historians and literature buffs with a splendid cultural stopover, following in the footsteps of Maurice and Eugénie de Guérin, whose correspondence is still famous.
A hike to discover Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, the Lot river and its towpath, and the plateau above the village.
The Gavarnie Cirque is an outstanding area of conservation. It is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This easy hike will give you your first look at it!