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Gorges d'Heric, Mons

Categories: Valleys, Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Over many eons, the river Heric carved Gorges d'Heric, deep natural grooves with unusual rock formations and waterfalls. The grooves run through scenic mountains, plateaus, and valleys. The most famous features include the Abyss of Cherry, The Minarets, and The Cascade of Cherry. The cliffs are popular among climbers and hikers, as well as those who are fascinated by unusual natural features. Using our custom trip planner, Mons attractions like Gorges d'Heric can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • To walk in the Gorge of Heric, from Mons Trivalle, next to Bédarieux. The ride is on a road paved, forbidden to cars (parking at the bottom of the Gorge, paid in the tourist season), accessible to strollers. No market difficulties. Lots of places to stop for the picnic, or simply to rest. Possibility of swimming summer (expect water and hat). Go to the hamlet of Heric, to 1 h 30 walk.
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  • We're been on 1 October 2016, peacefully without tourists. We sometimes came people against but not much. No paid parking, but unfortunately the eateries closed. It was a good weather to walk (24 degrees). Take and drink before you go walk a sanitary stop doing. Off season a must without too many tourists who you. Is to do for anyone who is physically fit. 5 km back and 5 km back with beautiful views.
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  • Beautiful nature Beautiful gorges with a wide path along there. So suitable for families with small children or buggies. Less idyllic for those who pure nature. Regular nice swimming places. A lot of people, but by the length of the gorges is there sufficient dispersion.
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