GR France. Long Hiking Trails. Long Distance Footpaths

Hike around Monts Aubrac through Lozere, Aveyron and Cantal starting in Aumont-Aubrac via Grandviala, Soulages, Le Gibertes, Saint-Laurent-de-Muret, Les Enfrux, Laguiole, Saint-Urcize, Recoules-d'Aubrac, Escudieres, La Brugere, Le Carroc, Fourmels and La Croze. Guest House, Bed and Breakfast, Hotel, Camping, Shelter, Inn, Shops.

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Long Hiking Trails / Long Distance Footpaths

Around Monts Aubrac (Lozere-Aveyron-Cantal)


The Aubrac plateau. Vast high plateau on the western borders of Lozere, Aubrac shows a strong personality. This basalt land, shaped since the end of the Tertiary era by volcanic eruptions, extends as far as the eye can see. Here and there, huge rocky blocks eroded by time, are placed on these waves of green and gray earth, similar to menhirs or dolmens. The lakes sparkle and the streams whisper. The rounded mountains covered with pastures, meadows and moors remind us that Aubrac is perpetuating an old pastoral tradition. It is a land known for its beautiful cows, its tomes and its aligot ... and for the transhumance of May, occasion of very colorful festivals. The old burons still dot the landscape: these small houses with slate roofs evoke the time when shepherds found refuge in these cramped rooms to make and store cheese and shelter from burle, that formidable west wind. From Nasbinals to Saint-Germain-du-Teil, small discreet villages and houses with robust walls of volcanic stones punctuate the landscape. Here, nature is omnipresent. Area of ​​the walker, the skier, the fisherman, Aubrac gives rise to all the walks. The medieval path leading to Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle, now a long-distance hiking trail, offers ideal getaways into the region. The flora, on its own, offers an unmissable spectacle. Nearly two thousand species make Aubrac, it is said, a natural conservatory of European flora. A flora that explodes in spring, lining the mountains just out of hibernation with multicolored spots.

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Distance: 167km, Elevation maximum: 1425m, Elevation minimum: 792m, Elevation gain uphill: 3530m
IGN Maps: Nasbinals - 2537OT. Sainte-Eulalie d'Olt - 2538OT. Saint-Chely-D'Apcher - 2637O.




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Nearby paths:
Around Truyere Gorges (Cantal, Lozere)
Loop on Lo Camin d'Olt (Aveyron)
Around Margeride (Lozere)
GR®4 From Atlantic to Mediterranean
GR®6 From Gironde to Alpes-de-Haute-Provence
GR®60 From Signal de Mailhebiau (Lozere-Aveyron) to St Mathieu-de-Treviers (Herault)
GR®65 Santiago de Compostela trail


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L'Etoile Guest-House

Old romantic Hotel, L'Etoile Guest-House is a mountain retreat in the South of France. With a beautiful park along the Allier River, L'Etoile Guesthouse is located in La Bastide-Puylaurent between Lozere, Ardeche and Cevennes. Many hiking trails like GR®7, GR®70 Stevenson trail, GR®72, GR®700 Regordane way, Cevenol, GR®470 Allier River Springs and Gorges, Margeride, Ardechoise. Many hiking loops. The right place to relax.

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