Less frequented than the famous Gorges du Tarn, the Dourbie reveals its secrets, and offers as a spectacle the ballet of paragliders in the sky.
Exploring the Dourbie means having the sensation of being far from everything. Its crystal-clear waters are best known for fishing and canyoning. The canoe descent reveals the beauty of the landscapes between Causse du Larzac and Causse Noir.
Sporty, class 2 and 3, the level of difficulty varies according to the season. Route: La Roque-Sainte-Marguerite -Millau ( 14 km )
Fresh waters will delight more experienced kayakers, who find a lovely playground here from October to April. Rafting is possible depending on water levels. Join Millau by canoe/kayak
Slower in summer, it becomes the ideal route for family outings (between 5 and 8 km) departing from Milllau.
Waouh! a canoe trip between the piers of the Millau Viaduct! Exceptional, this impressive edifice dominates the Tarn valley, 270 m above your heads.
Along the Trace verte, this canoeing section on the Tarn allows navigation with just the right amount of rapids and currents to keep you from getting bored, the bucolic descent at your own pace, depending on swimming or picnic stops. Next comes Peyre, France’s most beautiful village, suspended from the cliff.
Hire companies offer different routes and distances: choose according to your schedule or your desires. Close to the town center, various rentals offer shuttle services to take you to the start or pick you up at the finish, and provide all the equipment you need for this activity (helmets, paddles, watertight canisters, canoe or kayak, etc. …. ). Enjoy canoeing down the Tarn or kayaking in Millau, they’ll take care of the rest!