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Randonnée en pleine nature

Walking
in Aveyron

Whether trekking or just out for a day’s walk, the Aveyron is a land for walking par excellence, ideal for discovering its countryside.

Walking aveyron
Walking aveyron

Not surprising that the Aveyron is the top département for walking in France. 

There are more than 900km of long distance Grande Randonnée footpaths and a network of 4000km of shorter walks, which enable families to fully benefit from these great open spaces.

 

Walkers will always find something new here, from the most famous such as the Chemin de Saint Jacques de Compostelle GR65 to the most exclusive ones such as the Tour du Larzac Templier GR71. Plateaux, gorges, valleys, cliffs and mountains, but also sources, streams, waterfalls and lakes, there is something for everyone.  From crossing the Aubrac plateaux to the corniches of the Tarn, from the Lévézou lakes to the Rougiers of Marcillac or Camarès, not forgetting the great cultural itineraries, the Aveyron appears as a concentration of discoveries that never cease to amaze walkers.

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Nature Occitane

Ste-Radegonde

Specialist in all inclusive nature holidays in small groups, from Aubrac to the Grands Causses via the national park of the Cevennes.

Réserve Naturelle Régionale du Fel

Le Fel

A real sanctuary of biodiversity, the regional nature reserve "les coteaux du Fel", shelters over more than 80 acres a surprising wealth of animal and vegetal species.

Evasion - Randonnée pédestre

Millau

Stop dreaming... Do it!

Berges de Layoule

Rodez

At a stone's throw from the city centre, Layoule is a peaceful green site, located along the water (Aveyron) that proposes a pedestrian route for family excursions and running and mountainbiking enthusiasts. Outdoor games are available for the little ones... It is an ideal place to enjoy your picnic: wodden tables are at your disposal.

Sentier de l'imaginaire : et le paysan créa la prairie

Thérondels

And the peasant created the prairie. The soul of the trail at Thérondels are the animals, the inhabitants, the culture, the traditional economy and Antoine's tractor museum. The surprises are: the anthill, the visit of the milk cooperative and other discoveries. Views over the massif Cantalien and the Aubrac Lozérien.

La Cité de Pierres à Montpellier-Le-Vieux - Randonnée pédestre

Millau

6 marked hikes , from 1 to 3 hours long in the biggest stone maze of Europe: varied hikes in the woods or over ridges. A main route shows the biggest stones within one hour of easy tour. Some secondary routes more difficult.

Topo guide 'Lo Camin d'Olt, le Pays d'Entraygues, Entre Lot et Truyère'

Entraygues-sur-Truyère

Leaving from Entraygues, the 2 circuits of lo Camin d'Olt enable you to discover the steep Gorges de la Truyère or to dominate the tamed Lot valley as well as numerous villages impregnated with history.

Voie Verte du St-Affricain

St-Affrique

If you want to go running, walking or riding your bike, you've just found the perfect place.

Sentier de l'imaginaire : du magma à la pierre

Lacroix-Barrez

The kingdom of stone, volcanism, without too much climbing, Binocle "the mole" will guide us along his path.

Maison des Accompagnateurs - Géocache - GPS

Sévérac-d'Aveyron

XXIst century treasure hunt. A new generation adventure to experience alone, with family or as a team.

Les Yeux Ouverts Accompagnateur en montagne

Argences-en-Aubrac

Take to the footpaths, walk and get some fresh air... eyes open, come and walk with Tistou. Light, gentle, rough at times... walking is a shared effort that brings walkers closer to each other.

La ferme de Lacan, randonnées avec des ânes

Ségur

Gite with 6 places in a dormitory. You will meet thw farmers who live to the rhythm of the seasons.

Parcours des croix sur le GR 65

Golinhac

8.5 km from the bridge of Moulinou on the banks of the Lot to Golinhac then Albusquiès (300 metres of level difference) will let you discover more than 20 stone, iron or wood sculpted crosses (explicative panel for each). Successive panoramas: 180°on the Vallée du Lot, chestnut woods, the Monts d'Aubrac, the Plomb du Cantal, the Puy de Montabès

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