From the town of Villefort, very convenient for organizing your departure, and close to the Mont Lozère and the emblematic sources of the Tarn, to the spectacular episcopal city of Albi, this great itinerary covers nearly 300 km of exceptional trails, always staying as close as possible to the river. Along the river, this great hike crosses three departments Lozère, Aveyron and Tarn for over 15 days of hiking!
15 stages to cover both the Parc National des Cévennes, the Parc Naturel Régional des Grands Causses, cross3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and immerse yourself in the heart of a unique territory classified Grands Sites Occitanie Sud de France (Mont Lozère, Millau, Albi).
An itinerary where the majesty of the landscapes (Gorges du Tarn, Grands Causses high plateaux, Raspes, Ambialet meander…) also allows for a gentle, close-up approach to a thousand-year-old heritage and remarkable sites. From Villefort to Albi, every town and village you pass through tells the story of centuries of history. Impossible to name them all, but among them , Pont de Montvert, Sainte-Enimie, St Chély du Tarn, Le Rozier/Peyreleau, Millau, Brousse-le-Château are all nuggets that will help make this itinerary unique.
Apanel of leisure activities, allowing multi-modal practice, combined with facilities specific to itinerancy (interpretation signposting, mountain bike charging stations, luggage transport…), should enable you to fully experience this hike along the most beautiful of waters, that of the Tarn river.
In Aveyron, 117 km of trails to make your way through the Larzac and Causse Noir and cross the Tarn 3 times.