Méandre du Pas de Mousse dans la réserve naturelle des Gorges d l'Ardèche.

The Ardèche Gorges de l’Ardèche

The Ardèche Gorges are unique for the quality of  their  protected  landscapes,  the  variety  and wealth  of  their  natural,  historic  and  prehistoric heritage. As one of the most beautiful sites in  Europe,  they  have  been  a  national  nature reserve  since  1980.

 

 

 
Une personne admire la vue vertigineuse sur les Gorges de l'Ardeche depuis l'un des onze belvederes amenages sur la route touristique.

The tourist route with its 11 viewpoints

The Gorges runs about 29 kilometres from Vallon Pont d’Arc to Saint-Martin d’Ardèche, with 11 very impressive viewpoints. There are lots of places to pull over and take in the scenery and take hundreds of photos, each better than the one before.

 

 

Vue sur les gorges de l'Ardèche avec un guide

Hiking in the Ardèche Gorges

The best way to exlpore this natural haven for remarkable biodiversity. The Gorges should be explored by treading quietly to discover hundreds of animal species including Bonelli’s eagle, the reserve’s emblem. 500 plant species make up its rich and diverse flora.

 

 

 
2 personnes pagaient à bord d'un canoë dans la réserve naturelle des Gorges de l'Ardèche.

A refreshing canoe or boat trip

Pass under the Pont d’Arc gateway to the Ardèche Gorges, go through the rapids of the Black Tooth or the Three Waters. Take the opportunity to swim in the stunning natural sites. The descent of the Ardeche Gorges by canoe is an initiatory experience.

 

 

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