Surrounded by pine forests and pristine nature, the village of Les Mujouls, with barely a dozen houses, is perched on a rocky peak.
From the village, you can drink in the superb panorama of Charamel Mountain and the narrow gorges of the Clues de Mujouls. Enjoy a wide variety of walks in the forest, around the village, and along the banks of the Estéron River.
- La Clue des Mujouls: This narrow river gorge boasts a canyoning route that is not particularly difficult other than having substantial water flow. The route, following the beautiful Estéron River Valley, is a chance to explore a unique site encircled by impressive natural walls. Midway along the route, large, tufa-covered cascades offer a spectacle of rare beauty. This half-day outing, including the treks in and out, promises to be a memorable experience in the Estéron Valley. Authorized from April to October.
- At the Col d’Adom pass: Embedded in a dry-stone wall is the reproduction of a Roman votive altar dedicated to god Mars.
THINGS TO DO & SIGHTS TO SEE:
• The village
• Sainte Marthe chape
• Wayside shrines
• Col d’Adom pass
• Clue des Mujouls gorge
• Mountain biking