Cabrieres-D'avignon, Gordes, Lagnes

MTB no.45 - Stone over time

45

Route

Loop

Difficulty

Easy

Duration

135h

Distance

0km

Positive elevation

498 meters

Negative elevation

498 meters

Altitude

Min. 138 meters

Max. 350 meters

  • circuit
  • variante
  • voie verte
  • liaison

Departure

Parking en contrebas de la Mairie - Cabrières d'Avignon

Arrival

Parking en contrebas de la Mairie - Cabrières d'Avignon

Parking

Parking en contrebas de la Mairie - Cabrières d'Avignon

Elevation

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GPX track

The tourist service at Cabrières-d'Avignon :

The same starting point as for circuit no 43, but the route soon leads off towards the village of Gordes, passes the village of Les Bories, then drops down into the valley of La Sénancole.
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On the way back, the ride takes you as far as the Mur de la Peste (a dry-stone rampart) and the hills above Lagnes, before returning to Cabrières d’Avignon.

A complete cocktail, where the pleasure of riding on good paths combines perfectly with the pleasure of exploring unspoilt nature and outstanding dry-stone heritage.

Not to be missed!

Important: Watch your speed on the descent – you might not be the only one on the trail!
Variant: The route can be extended to the east by following circuit no 46, “Petit Tour de Gordes” (Little Tour of Gordes).

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public transport

recommended parking (s)

Parking below the town hall - Cabrières d'Avignon

In short

Same starting point as circuit no. 43,  the route goes towards Gordes. To discover en route:
  • Gordes and the village of bories, typical Provençale dry-stone huts
  • La Sénancole Valley.
  • The Mur de la Peste
  • The heights of Lagnes and its beautiful views.
  • Possible combination with route #46
Caution: Control your downhill speed, you are not the only one on these paths!

Check your equipment before departure 
The day before your trip, check access to the massif in case of fire risk 
T. +33(0)4.28.31.77.11
In case of fire, call 18 or 112

Contact

Parc naturel régional du Luberon
E-Mail : accueil@parcduluberon.fr
Website : https://www.visugpx.com/dznIl2yLIE
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/groups/931761307346545