Distance: 8,1 km
Duration (average) : 02 hours
Level: Average
Elevation: 194 D +
4 reviews

Departure: MONTSERET
Yellow PR


Points of interest

Your itinerary


IGN map reference (s): IGN 2446 East


Step 1

Follow rue du Passolis, avenue des Platanes, rue du Musée, rampe des Corbières in the direction of Clauses. On the D123, take the rue du Pech de Gaubert then the direction of the wifi wind relay. Viewpoint on the Saint Victor peak and the Corbières.

Step 2

Go down by a path on the right (! Markings) in the scrubland and cross the bed of a stream then take the rue des Genêts to the right for about 30m.

Step 3

Climb the embankment on the left and climb on the DFCI track for 200 meters. To see: an astonishing cade juniper with a conical shape.

Step 4

Take the path to the right which climbs towards the "Pin du Catala", go around the pine grove on your right and follow the path for a few meters.

Step 5

Climb by a coulée followed by a path on your left. A point of view is soon offered to your eyes. Follow this path in the middle of the scrubland, and descend into the bed of the stream to reach a large pine tree.

Step 6

Turn right and climb into a pine wood to reach and cross a large flat area. Take the path to the left.

Step 7

Turn off onto a path that starts in the embankment on the right. It goes up and through the pine plantation. Take a foot on the forest track and go up it for 150m.

Step 8

Go down a path on the right to find the forest track below. Follow it to the right for about 350m.

Step 9

Dive into the embankment to the left. The path joins the Chemin de la Source. Continue to the right towards the village of Les Clauses. Via rue du Romarin, join rue du Pech de la Garrigue and go up it to the right. After the Miellerie des Clauses, turn left onto the path.

Step 10

About 350 meters further, find a path at level with flat land on the left. Go down and cross the stream, go up to an olive tree, turn right and pass in front of a small pond. Continue north, by the path above until you reach the path to go.

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 or throw cigarette ends into the environment. Fires are numerous and catastrophic in our region.
In case of 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 away all your waste.
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!


Mylene The 29 July 2021
Bravo Montséret !! A superb walk, well-maintained trails and perfect signposting. You walk there as in a botanical garden. What is missing in the description is that just before Les Clauses there is the possibility of making a return trip of a total of 1,5 km to a source (there is a sign), an ideal place and idyllic for a break. Finally, I also want to add that at the exit of the village we met a man who was walking his donkey (on a leash) and his sheep (not on a leash), surprising and funny meeting, but luckily we were able to recall our two dogs (nice, but ...) on time.
Thibaud Godon The 29 July 2021
Well marked trail, beautiful viewpoints on the Corbières and very interesting information panels.
Gerard GIOJA The 29 July 2021
magnificent and informative hike with the panels (very well done) explaining to us what we see landscapes, vegetation and legends of the places .. through ... scrubland and undergrowth .. a little climbing for superb views ... very well done markup and maintained path .... to highly recommend ....
Estelle The 29 July 2021
The Corbières in all their splendor To do and to do again

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