Rasteau, Sablet, Gigondas, Beaumes-De-Venise, Lafare, Suzette, Crestet, Seguret, Roaix

Gravel Dentelles

La Provence à Vélo

Route

Loop

Difficulty

Difficult

Duration

300h

Distance

0km

Positive elevation

1120 meters

Negative elevation

1120 meters

Altitude

Min. 122 meters

Max. 565 meters

  • circuit
  • variante
  • voie verte
  • liaison

Departure

Rasteau

Arrival

Rasteau

Parking

Rasteau

Elevation

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GPX track

The tourist service at Vaison-la-Romaine :

A superb route to discover the Dentelles de Montmirail, alternating between roads and paths.
The loop is characterised by its multiple climbs and descents that follow the chiselled curves of the massif, with beautiful viewpoints!
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A superb route for an immersion into the heart of the Dentelles-de-Montmiral massif, discover this climbing hotspot and its 500 equipped routes, its picturesque hilltop villages, the names of great wines of the Rhone Valley!
This rather demanding loop offers magnificent views of the Comtadine plain, but also of the Giant of Provence.
In the end, this tour of the Dentelles does not look like much with its short length of 50 km, but the succession of climbs and descents along roads and tracks can give the impression of having travelled much further!

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road access

Rasteau departmental centre for outdoor activities

public transport

Consult the Zou bus lines that stop at Rasteau
Consult the Transcove wesbite, for access to the Dentelles de Montmirail.
T.04 84 99 50 10

recommended parking (s)

Rasteau departmental centre for outdoor activities

In short

A gravel-bike experiene at the heart of the Dentelles de MontmirailA relatively difficult loop offering superb panoramic views of Ventoux and the vineyards of southern Cotes du Rhône.Many opportunities to discover gourmet treats at the heart of the hilltop villages of the Dentelles de Montmirail, and at the vineyards GPX required. The route is not signposted.

The route is best suited to spring, autumn, and winter.

In summer, consult the website to check access to the massif and fire risk

Contact

Conseil départemental de Vaucluse - Service des Sports
E-Mail : cdpal@vaucluse.fr