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At over 900 m high, Ungersberg is one of the most visited peaks in the Vosges Mountains. From the top of the peak, you can see the other peaks in the range, as well as the Rhine River Plain, in the middle of Alsace.
Lac Blanc, Alps
Lac Blanc is in the Natural Reserve of Aiguilles Rouges, a mountain range located in Chamonix, just opposite Mont Blanc. Of note is the perfect condition of the trails, which are very well signposted. There is a shelter next to Lac Blanc where you can spend the night.
Forêt d’en Malo, Pyrenees
Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful walks in the French Pyrenees. Over the course of its 13 km, you’ll see typical Mediterranean landscapes alongside cliffs with views of Axat and the peaks of Bugarach and Corbières. If you want, you can also visit the Castle of Puilaurens and the Pierre Lys gorges.
Cap Corse, Corsica
The northernmost area of the island of Corsica is home to this small peninsula that disrupts its silhouette. This is a circular route that is sure to delight. Discover Canelle and Rota, picturesque towns with roads from Roman times, arches, fountains and mills.
Camaret-sur-Mer is a small fishing town located at the western end of the Crozon peninsula. This circular route completely encircles the entire peninsula. Pleasant, relaxing route of barely 20 km that can be done in a relatively short time.
Rochers ruiniformes du Causse Noir, Aveyron
Circular route to and from Saint-André-de-Vézines. The route runs through Grands Causses, declared a regional natural park in 1995. This natural setting in Occitanie was also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011.
Le Bois de la Plaine, Puy-de-Dôme
This relaxing and peaceful route offers a nice view of Bois de la Plaine and its castle. It’s a circular route just 8 km long. It’s kid-friendly and it takes under an hour to ride at a normal pace.
Sport: Mountain biking