Hike on your own

In Lozère, you will get closer to the nature and find the true values again. The hike will help you to take the time and you will discover amazing sites. There are a lot choice of hikes, landscapes varied according to places and difficulties of hikes depends of the grounds. In places out of sight you can see wild animals as roe, fox, deer, vulture, … Several path cross the department as path of Stevenson. You can hike by walk, horse, with donkey, bicycle, …

The sources of Mont-Lozere

Les sources du Mont Lozère

For this nature trip, we invite you in the village of Hôpital.
From the Pont of Montvert, take the direction to the Hôpital. Once in the village you will find a place to park.
We now enter the most protected areas in the National Park of Cévennes.
When leaving the village you will discover a water mill and you will take the direction to “Le Salarial” and you will continue towards the Col of Finiels, the forest is very nice in this place.
From there, you will continue in the direction of the Pic Cassini where you can see the Cévennes and the valley of Villefort.
We will pass by the famous Pont of Tarn, then Bellecoste and Mas Camargues, a former farm transformed into the ecomuseum of the National Park today. Length: 26km Level: 600m +

Tour of Menhirs

Tour des Menhirs au Bondons

In family, or for the lovers of trail, the Cham of the Bondons is a real paradise. At 9 miles away from Florac, it will be necessary to go up above the village of the Bondons in direction of Mende. Once arrived on the plateau, you can park by the road side.
The two mountains, called the Puech of the Bondons, mark the starting point of our hike. From there, continue the path and go down in the direction of the Combettes. Go back by a path which leads you to tke car park of the Menhirs.
Once at the top, follow the marked path “GR”, you will see the most beautiful menhirs in the Cham of the Bondons.

Stevenson Road

Stevenson is a Scottish writer, he crossed France with a donkey.  His course with Modestine is very renowned by the backpacker. Lozere is the department crossed by Stevenson all along. The path begin at Le Puy en Velay and take end at Alès crossing Bastide Puy Laurent, the Bleymard, the Pont de Montvert, Florac, Saint Germain de Calberte,… Most of the course is in the Cevennes.