We make it easy to find your way around our countryside with our cycle routes
We’ve cycled in Languedoc for years so we know the region well. In our quiet season we go out and research new cycle routes and check out the ones we already have.
So whether you want a gentle ride out or a serious challenge we’ve a lot of rides that we can recommend direct from personal experience.
And when you hire from Mellow Vélos, all our maps, route guides and advice are absolutely free.
SOME POPULAR ROUTES
#1 MOUNTAIN BIKE: MAS ST CHELY – ST CHELY DU TARN CIRCUIT AND DESCENT
Distance: 24km Difficulty: Easy
A mountain bike circuit on farm tracks and large trails. Finishing with a slightly technical descent into the gorges at St Chely du Tarn.
#2 MOUNTAIN BIKE: CIRCUIT AT CHAMPERBOUX
Distance: 9km Difficulty: Easy
A short circuit to do with the family on farm tracks and trails. Includes an opportunity to visit a dolmen and do some geocaching.
#3 MOUNTAIN BIKE: CIRCUIT ON THE CAUSSE SAUVETERRE
Distance: 29km Difficulty: Difficult
A long and technical mountain bike ride, suitable for adults, or young adults, with mountain bike experience. Some long climbs and technical trails, with spectacular views.
#4 COMFORT OR ELECTRIC BIKE: CIRCUIT STARTING AT CHAMPERBOUX
Distance: Between 30km and 40km Difficulty: Easy
A ride mostly on the road, but including some farm tracks. There are many opportunities to visit local dolmens and menhirs as well as a fortified farm. If you visit all the dolmens it becomes a 40km ride.
#5 ROAD BIKE: STE ENIMIE TO MONTBRUN CIRCUIT
Distance: 42km Difficulty: Moderate with an elevation of c.500m
A short road bike circuit, with a climb out of the gorges onto the plateau. The road crosses the Causse Méjean and descends into the village of Montbrun. Ste Enimie is rejoined by riding a short stretch along the gorges road.
#6 ROAD BIKE: LA MALENE AND THE GORGE DE LA JONTE
Distance: 74km Difficulty: Moderate with an elevation of c.500m
A long circuit including a steep climb from La Maléne onto the Causse Méjean. After crossing the plateau, you descend into Meyrueis and ride the length of the Gorge de la Jonte, rejoining the Gorges du Tarn at Le Rozier and then back to la Maléne.