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Fantastic walk and very picturesque village

The 2-3 hour walk up and around the Cirque is highly recommended. It is steep in sections with... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2018
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Great 3 hours walk

Well marked, with great views but bring sun protection for the beginning and end and a windproof... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2018
Bordeaux, France
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“hour walk”(3 reviews)
Moureze, Moureze, France
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Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

The 2-3 hour walk up and around the Cirque is highly recommended. It is steep in sections with some scrambling across rocks needed in a few places. Take los if water as it can get very hot in the sun!

Thank NGT1084
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Well marked, with great views but bring sun protection for the beginning and end and a windproof for the exposed ridge in the middle. Oh and lots of water and energy!

Thank lafoliefeu
Reviewed 24 April 2018

It is hard to have so much in such a small area - quaint village, rather rare geological formations, art studio - one only wishes, although perhaps out of mere touristic greed, that the chateau were open to visitors - it has a long and...More

2  Thank Marshall B
Reviewed 20 February 2018

I did 12km cirquit of hiking. That's my very first Hiking experience and It was a bit hard but you do not have to be trained to do it. I have some equipment like a isolated coat, termic t-shirt, hiking boots and hiking sticks. It's...More

1  Thank Gema D
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Erosion has turned the dolomitic rocks into a weird landscape of stone columns with scrub and trees between. Walk around and wonder at how it was formed and how some of the towers are still standing. Climb higher for the more distant views around this...More

1  Thank Desmo_Dave
Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

What an unspoilt area with such wonderful scenery and good walks. The lac de salagou is a must and we were entertained by two flying boats. The red earth is most unusual whilst the rock formations in the cirque are amazing.

Thank JandJ19
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

Took the kids and grandparents for a picnic and then did the shorter, circular walk. We all loved walking through the rocks (and climbing all over them). Walk finishes in Moureze and there's a few cafes and restaurants to choose from afterwards if you need...More

4  Thank AndrewMorgan073
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

We turned up here when we were driving past and saw a sign. We realised that the walk would be too much for our daughter and we didn't have the right walking gear but we got a view from the road and the information at...More

Thank RosaleenBond
Reviewed 21 May 2017

Two couples in their 70s hiked the long hike up to the top and ruins and back to the village. We went in mid May on a cool day, so heat was not a problem. We went on a Sunday and lots of people were...More

1  Thank ramblinjim2017
Reviewed 17 October 2016

This is a fascinating walk but not easy. Good walking shoes are required and carry water. We did the short walk and it requires a medium level of fitness.

1  Thank neenmarsh
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3 September 2017|
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Response from sumene | Reviewed this property |
je ne comprends pas votre question, je me suis rendu direction cirque de Mourez, j'ai traversé un tout petit village ''Mourez'' et des panneaux nous indiquent la direction des départs de randonnées.
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