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Discover Aujac with Camping du Pont du Mas

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Located in Aujac, Gard, in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, CAMPING DU PONT DU MAS serves as the perfect starting point to explore local wonders. Surrounded by lush valleys and towering mountains, nature enthusiasts will find much to love. Visit the Château d'Aujac, a medieval fortress overlooking the valley with breathtaking views. Hike along the Sentier des Gorges de la Cèze or immerse yourself ...See more

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Interpretive path of the Naves Cirques
8.8 km

Interpretive path of the Naves Cirques

This beautiful hike takes you on the interpretive path of Naves, a typical village, to discover landscapes and the link between geological and human history. From the cemetery parking lot, the path starts on the right and climbs towards the Serre du Cocu (cuckold ridge) where a first stop will allow you to enjoy the Naves Cirques, and where you will find the first interpretive board about Jurassic limestone and marl. Continue on the path up to the reservoir above the cemetery. A new board is waiting for you. Continue on the path along the side of the Serre du Cocu. (new board on the Serre de Barre) up to a pass from which the view on the Chassezac Valley is stunning. At the crossways, turn right up to the Alauzas road where you will find stops 5 and 6, presenting the Orcières Fault and a stratigraphic cross-section. Follow the tarmacked road on your left up to the hamlet. On your way, admire the gorgeous chesnut grove (stop 7). At the hamlet, take the path on your left. Carry on straight ahead. Stop 8 is about terraces and water management on the slope. The path goes downhill towards Naves, first through a chesnut grove, then in a coniferous undergrowth. Lower, those plants give way to maquis (stop 9). After stop 10, devoted to karst, the path goes out of the woods onto an overhang above the Bourdaric Brook (be very cautious!). Continue leisurely your way down towards Naves (stop 11), while enjoying the sights on the village and Southern Ardèche. Take some time to tour Naves, a pleasant typical village with authentic narrow streets, then take the tarmacked road again down to the cemetery parking lot, your starting point.

3 h
4.1 km
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Brahic (n°1)
10 km

Brahic (n°1)

The Naves cirques or craters have been listed as a geosite since 2014 as part of the UNESCO Global Geoparks programme. P – Return to the café almost opposite the post office. Le Bourdaric - Follow Naves 1,7 km ().Take the lane to the left of the café, which becomes a path that winds through vineyards and olive trees. A pretty stone path then leads to the bottom of the village of Naves. Go up to the church. Follow Naves via the stone path for 0.5km Naves - Follow Les Alauzas 1,4 km. Head down towards the middle of the village. After an archway, take the steps on the left that soon lead to a steep, stony path (this is also part of the Naves Geological Trail). The path climbs to the limestone cliffs and continues in a forest of oaks and chestnut trees. For your safety, stay on the path. 100m before you reach the hamlet of Alauzas, leave the geological trail on the right and continue until you reach the houses. Les Alauzas - Follow Brahic 2,7 km. When you reach the forest track, turn left and follow it for more than 3 km until it widens and a sign on the left indicates a dead end. Leave the track and go down the path that leads to the village of Brahic. Brahic - Follow Jaroussière 0,8 km (; ). In the village, take the alley that goes down towards the left. As you leave the village, take the road on the left for about 20m (past the picnic tables). The path that returns to Les Vans starts on your right. Jaroussière - Follow Les Gras 2,5 km. After a pleasant walk through chestnut groves, crossing the road (D251) several times, the path leads to a limestone area called the Plateau des Gras. Les Gras - Follow Combe Escure 2,5 km ().This is followed by a succession of paths and small roads to reach Les Vans. Follow Les Vans Place Ollier ().

4 h
11 km
Easy
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Caution!
We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾