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For this cycling tour, our signature HighRoad goes off the beaten path with an all-inclusive week in southern France’s Cévennes mountains. This is the real France Profonde (deep France) and only real explorers are familiar with this area and its hidden roads. For those prepared to climb 1,500+ meter cols, roll across starkly beautiful plateaus and descend through deep river gorges, this bike tour is for you!
And you don’t have to be a hardened explorer off the bike, as each night’s accommodations have been carefully chosen to provide a high quality and comfortable retreat where we will refuel our bodies with an abundance of delicious local food.
Our HighRoad Cévennes tour starts at the bottom of the Gorges du Tarn, one of the most beautiful gorges in Europe. From here we head east, entering an area of the region dominated by large granite massifs – two of which we’ll climb (Mt. Aigoual and Mt. Lozère). After dipping into the wild, forgotten Ardèche department, we track south on the Queen Stage of the tour, climbing several cols, including our 2nd ascent of Lozère and le Tour de France climb of Perjuret. Our tour finishes back where we started, with a gourmet celebratory dinner and perhaps a chat about where you’ll be riding next time you visit!
- Montpellier, France
- Montpellier, France
- 8 Days
- Big climbs
- Tour Type:
- Road Bike
- More Options:
- Tour Language:
- Cost From:
- EUR 2975
Tour Distance & Dates
- 550 Km
- Riding Days:
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: €425
Deposit: €500 per person
7 nights accommodation
All breakfasts, lunches and 6 dinners
Energy bars, gels, snacks and water on your ride
Pick up and drop off in Montpellier
All baggage transport
Owner-operator guides to see to your needs
Maps of each day’s route for every cyclist
Support van that will be on the road with you, offering assistance, encouragement, and food and drinks.
44|5 Cycling Tours jersey and water bottle
Transportation to France.
Alcohol outside dinner.
Hotels before and after your tour.
Personal expenses, such as mini-bar, telephone or souvenir purchases.
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