Distance: 41 km
Level: Easy
Elevation: 542 D +
Departure from the cooperative cellar of the master winegrowers of Cascastel This route crosses the vineyards of Haut-Fitou. Do not miss the Chateau d'Aguilar, a hub of the Cathar Country.

By bike

Your itinerary



Step 1

- Departure from the “Les Maitres Vignerons de Cascastel” cooperative cellar. Turn left onto the D106. Continue towards Albas / Quintillan. Take the D123 towards Quintillan / Palairac. - 6,5 km. Quintillan. Turn left towards Palairac / Tuchan. Continue for 8 km while staying on the D123. You have passed the Col d'Amiel (376m) and the Col de la Gineste (420m). - 14,5 km. Palairac. Cross the village and continue on the D123 for 1,8 km. At the intersection turn left towards Tuchan. Always continue on the D39. - 26 km. Tuchan. Continue on the D39 Route de Palairac then Rue du Stade. At the stop sign, take the D611 towards Villeneuve-des-Corbières / Durban. Then continue straight ahead on the D611. (Château d'Aguilar at the exit of the village on the right, then come back to the intersection and take the D611 to the right). After 11,3 km Keep left on the D611 towards Villeneuve-des-Corbières / Durban. - 39 km. Villeneuve-des-Corbières. Proceed through the village, staying on the main road, then turn left onto the D106 towards Cascastel / Albas. Stay on the D106. - 41,5 km. Cascastel-des-Corbières. Proceed through the village on this road your starting point is a little further on your left. Openrunner id 4339431

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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