Distance: 5,6 km
Duration (average) : 01h
Level: Easy-to-use
Elevation: 48 D +
Yellow PR
At the water's edge
Starting from the Chemin de Canelle, this loop will offer you a short alternation of passages in scrubland, in the pine forest then on the edge of the Aude, punctuated by the presence of the vineyard and the view of the peaks of the Corbières and the Montagne Noire.


Points of interest

Your itinerary


IGN map reference (s): IGN 2445 West


Step 1

Leave the village by the Chemin de Canelle. View of the Alaric to the south and the Montagne Noire to the north.

Step 2

About 1 km later, at the crossroads of 4 lanes, take the small paved road on the left.

Step 3

When entering the right turn, continue straight.

Step 4

At the intersection go left. At the D72, drive about 200 meters to the left then turn right facing the buildings. We follow the old route of the railway.

Step 5

Climb to the right on the hill of Plô and follow at the crest a path in scrubland then a passage in pine forest. Go back down soon and take the tarred path of Trois Serres to the left. At the crossroads, continue straight on towards the D111.

Step 6

Continue opposite in the middle of the vines towards the edges of Aude. Go around the wastewater treatment plant on the right and continue along the banks of the Aude. Begin the return to the village by an alley on the left, join the Grand Rue, the church square, and the rue de la République.

Be careful, the fire risk is often high, especially in summer, and can lead to flower bed closures. Find out before you go consulting the fire risk map for outdoor activities.
Fires strictly prohibited. Do not smoke and never throw cigarette butts in nature. Fires are numerous and catastrophic in our region. In the event of a fire or accident: give alert 18 or 112 from a cell phone.
Protect yourself from the sun and take enough water with you.
Avoid picking flowers and plants. Take all your trash. Close fences and keep dogs on a leash in pasture areas, villages and protected areas.

Mountain bike routes: the routes are often shared with hikers or other users (cars, tractors, etc.). Be careful and always anticipate that a pedestrian may be present around a bend to have time to brake if necessary. Pedestrians have priority in principle, slow down at crossings or stop if the configuration of the terrain requires you to do so.
Thank you and happy hiking!


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