Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols
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Leisure - Sports -  Mountain walks - Snow-shoe walks - Hiking - Walking
Les Rocs de Paziols

Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols

Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols


Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols

Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols
 
Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols

You will cross the ruisseau de la Coume by wading, to go up the path that follows the gorges; there you will see the old mill "d’en Julo". Some sheepfolds or "cortals" in ruins, a magnificent centuries-old oak-green and finally, "Rocs Negres" and great views of the Pyrenees. Further, overlooking the Cathar castle Aguilar, the signal tower "Del Far" and on the falaises de la Caune de l’Arago, where the "Tautavel Man" was found...
Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols
Take the Grand Rue, at the end take right rue de la Tonnellerie, then left the rue du Pont Romain. You walk along the cemetery (where stands the chapel of Our Lady of Health) to direct you to a road which leaves the village. You go up the river of Coume on its left bank, before crossing a ford take the right path following the gorges where you will see the old mill on the river (Moli to Julo).
  You arrive in the vineyards on the plateau of Villarzel. After ca. 5 minutes you will to a ruined barn. At your right hand is shown a source.

You now borrow a path that climbs and will take you in 5 minutes to the last vines. Take the trail that goes to the left for 50 meters and then walking right at the hillside overlooking the vineyards. After 5 min walk at the height of a ruin, below right a beautiful centuries-old oak.

You arrive at "Rocs Negres." Magnificent views of the Pyrenees. Turn left to continue the loop. On this way back down you can admire the north of the castle of Aguilar, east of the Serre de Vingrau and the falaises de la Caune de l’Arago where is the cave in which was discovered the skull of Tautavel Man.

Southeast, you see the old signal tower, the "Torre del Far." You come back in the vineyard of Paziols. At the first intersection, turn left and then left again after 20 m along a large vine and arrive after 10 minutes at sheepfold to Marcot, partially ruined you get a magnificent view of the cliffs of the caune of Arago. Turn left. Now Start to descent to the village of Paziols...

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Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols

Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols

Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols

Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols
  Features:  
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- Distance
- 12,3 km
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- Mini Altitude
- 130 meter
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- Departure
- Place de la République,
  Paziols
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- Type
- Loop
a - Max Altitude
- 400 meter
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- Vertical drop
- 154 meter
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- Duration
- 4,15 Hours
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- Markup
- Yes
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- IGN reference
- 2447OT
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- Difficulty
- Easy
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- Coordinates
- 42.84661,
2.70403
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Opening Les Rocs de Paziols - Paziols:

- 01 january to 31 december    
Aude Tourisme Qualité Tourisme Le Pays Cathare ROUTES 20 Corbières - Les Routes des Vins Pays Touristiques de Corbières en Minervois
 

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  Les Rocs de Paziols
 
Leisure - Sports - Mountain walks - Snow-shoe walks - Hiking - Walking
 
Departure:
Place de la République
11350 Paziols

Phone +33 4.68.45.02.45
Fax -
 
Email -
comupaz@wanadoo.fr

Website -
www.paziols.com

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