Hiking is undoubtedly the most beautiful way to discover our fine environment. Located at the crossroads of regions with very varied climates, the Gaillard land perfectly meets the expectations of all hikers. No matter your level of practice and whatever your preferred hiking ground is, lace up your hiking shoes and awaken the Gaillard personality in you!
Do you want to follow short, easy and easily accessible hiking routes? The Brive region offers a great diversity of paths and trails suitable for family walks.
Are you an experienced hiker and looking for longer, more demanding routes that can be combined as desired? You surely won't find the altitudes of the great mountain ranges of France, but our territory offers quite fun and challenging itineraries, with an interesting cumulative difference in altitude, where you will have to give some boost kick from time to time and where you will face sloping portions to completely satisfy you!
Take advantage, in the Brive region, of a rich network of marked routes ideal for hiking experiences of all kinds:
Make this Gaillard region a “fully customized hiking land”: choose the route that suits you best, follow circuits with various surfaces, beautiful landscapes and very varied panoramas and wander everywhere as you wish!
Outdoor sport from Scandinavian countries (the affiliation which is often made with cross-country skiing is therefore anything but a coincidence!), Nordic walking combines ground work, or fundamental endurance, and upper body muscle strengthening. The practice found the perfect territory with an adapted natural and architectural environment in the Brive region!
The “Nordic Walking in Corrèze” association based in Donzenac, offers weekly discovery and practice outings to Nordic Walking enthusiasts... So, get your hands on your walking sticks!
Here you are, at the top of Mont Pelé, the aptly named. Well done ! Although it is not an Everest, the highest point of the Causse nevertheless allows you to admire the village of Chasteaux located right below, and the hanging vines. Remember that the sheep you will come across during the hike provide exquisite milk from which the best cheeses are made and you will appreciate taking one out of your bag in case you get hungry...
On the other side of the Causse lake, take your kids to wander around on the Fournet plateau: the little world of the Causse awaits you there with its cicadas, its crickets, its stunted oaks, its fragrant violets... On arrival, Notre-Dame-des-Champs perched on an enormous cone of perforated stones, dignifiedly overlooks the Corrèze Causse.
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