Walking trails in Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses and
Parc National des Cevennes: The Gorges du Tarn
CANYONS, GORGES & CAUSSES
Our Walks in Gorges and Causses starting in Millau
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H31 - Superior - Luxury
The Causse Méjean from the pink cave Grotte Rose de Dargilan
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Gorges du Tarn from Hourtous
From Millau eastwards the Tarn river and its tributaries
carved out 4 canyon like Gorges: Gorges de la Dourbie, Gorges de la Jonte, Gorges
du Trèvezel and the most famous of all: the Gorges du Tarn. These Gorges are
at the heart of the most spectacular walking area of the Grands Causses Natural
Parc. Steep crags of 400m and the typical scenery of limestone plateaux dissected
by rivers.You'll see the Grotte Rose of Dargilan, the unusual scenery of the
Causses (Le Chaos de Montpellier le Vieux and Roques Altes). Your walk begins
and ends in Millau or at Chateau de Creissels.
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Tarn Valley and Pays de Roquefort
If you want the charms of France and avoid touristy bustle
this region will assure you'll get it; it has been designated a national
parc and its riches are protected.
Close to Millau, in center of Parc des Grands Causses, worlds highest (343m) viaduct now connects the Lévézou plateau and the Causse du Larzac, as part of highway A71 from Clermont Ferrand to Montpellier, designed by the English architect Norman Foster.
La Ligne Verte is an owner operated, local touroperator for walking holidays. We're based in Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses. All year we are on the spot here in Midi-Pyrénées region to ensure outstanding service for our inn to inn holiday tours in sunny South of France.
10 Walks in the Parc Naturel des Grands Causses in the departments Aveyron,
Lozère, Gard and Tarn in South of France with stays in family-run hotels.
and occasionally in luxury Chambres d'hotes.
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Walking Tours in Southern France with baggage transfer