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Cascade d'Arifat, Tarn

#5 of 22 in Outdoors in Tarn
Cascade d'Arifat is located in Tarn. To visit Cascade d'Arifat on your trip to Montredon-Labessonnie, use our Montredon-Labessonnie online visit planner .
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  • We followed the advice of some and took the trail backwards like that we admire the waterfall at the end. About the difficulty: you have to go down to the bridge and cross the Creek, then go up. And it is steep. Markets are managed by places, also no and you can slide. Don't be very equipped, but you'd better be in shape.
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  • The cascades is watching from afar. The path is very steep. Provide a good hiking gear. This fact in 1 h 30 maximum but well marked and shaded course
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  • These waterfalls Arifat are quite easy to access but plan walking shoes because some places are a bit steep. count an hour for the circuit then will you drink or a meal at the restaurant at Arifat sources; you will not be disappointed. Just in Paris do not miss the castle of La Roque (Castelroc) a surprising place to see absolutely.
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  • Pretty corner! Hike about 1 hour to the quiet in nature
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  • A nice hike, rather physical at times, the grand tour starts after the restaurant (you must go in front) and ended up returning by road (it's a loop), it takes about 1 h. Do not swim or get cascades, it remains still far enough away. You can stop at the restaurant just after, it's worth, either to eat or drink!
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  • Superb and refreshing break to return well come. A bar restaurant with local produce and a very friendly welcome. For the waterfalls provide good walking shoes
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  • Beautiful p'tite hiking with the family. 3km 1 hour is enough to go down and climb the 300 m in altitude. Provide water and closed shoe
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  • Stroll for an hour and a half that can be achieved with children. Attention all the same hilly course, tennis advised at least.
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