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RANDONNEE L'OASIS DES GARRIGUES

At the water's edge, Natural, Alternative in Grabels
11.0 km
Pedestrian
3h 30min
Medium
  • At the beginning of this beautiful circuit you will discover, along the banks of the Mosson, the surprising source of Avy. You will then reach the panoramic point of view of the cross of Guillery. After crossing the old agricultural and wine-growing plain, the tour will take you along the path once used by the salt caravans to the top of the partially wooded high rocky plateaus from where you will be able to admire very beautiful panoramas of the landscape, the Pic Saint-Loup and the...
    At the beginning of this beautiful circuit you will discover, along the banks of the Mosson, the surprising source of Avy. You will then reach the panoramic point of view of the cross of Guillery. After crossing the old agricultural and wine-growing plain, the tour will take you along the path once used by the salt caravans to the top of the partially wooded high rocky plateaus from where you will be able to admire very beautiful panoramas of the landscape, the Pic Saint-Loup and the surrounding massifs.

    The name of Grabels comes from the Languedoc word "gran" (grain of wheat) and "bel" (of good size), which is why a sheaf of wheat appears on the town's coat of arms. As early as prehistoric times, inhabitants gathered near the Mosson river and cultivated the plain. Grabels lives in safety in its ramparts still rich in vestiges.
  • Departure
    Grabels
  • Difference in height
    274 m
  • Routemarking
  • Access
    • Town/village  :  Nord-Ouest de Montpellier, par D127 at 10 km
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
274 meters of difference in height
  • Maximum altitude : 152 m
  • Minimum altitude : 44 m
  • Total positive elevation : 274 m
  • Total negative elevation : -274 m
  • Max positive elevation : 60 m
  • Min positive elevation : -79 m
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