Bollene, Mondragon, Mornas, Uchaux, Piolenc, Orange, Serignan-Du-Comtat

Cycle route - the Massif d'Uchaux by bike

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Route

Loop

Difficulty

Intermediary

Duration

4h30

Distance

43km

Positive elevation

411 meters

Negative elevation

415 meters

Altitude

Min. 36 meters

Max. 167 meters

  • circuit
  • variante
  • voie verte
  • liaison

Departure / Arrival

Bollène / Bollène

Parking

Bollène

Elevation

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Downloads

Tour du massif d'Uchaux FR-UK

Tour du massif d'Uchaux D-NL

GPX track

The tourist service at Bollène :

After going through Bollène, this cycling itinerary takes you through the woods to Mornas, long protected by its fortress.
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Cycle through and discover the vineyards between Piolenc and Sérignan-du-Comtat. Created by 'Association Tourisme en Haut Vaucluse'.

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Accéder à l'itinéraire

public transport

By train: Bollène station on the Avignon / Orange / Valence line 

recommended
parking(s)

Collégiale St Martin in Bollène

road access

A7 motorway: exit at Orange sud / Orange centre or Bollène in the direction of CarpentrasBy train from Avignon, TER services to Orange, Bollène and Carpentras

To be noted


  • Follow the bike road signs. If in doubt about the itinerary, follow the main road or continue straight ahead

  • a hybrid bike and helmet are recommended

  • Route suitable all year round

If you notice a problem on one of the Provence cycling routes report it with the Suricate app!: sentinelles.sportsdenature.fr

In short

  • A varied route with plateaus and lovely uphill and downhill stretches.
  • Visit Naturoptère in Sérignan
  • Possibility of swimming in Piolenc