Canyoning is a fun and surprising outdoor activity. It consists of a series of steps in gorges, swimming in narrow passages, sliding down natural slides, jumping and abseiling down waterfalls.
Canyoning is also about contemplating a protected landscape, lush flora and crystal clear water. Take a break; take the time to refresh yourself and swim in a natural pool. The warmth of the Mediterranean sun will complete this idyllic setting.
Does this leave you dreaming? The Cévennes Natural Park has many canyons specially designed for this adventure sport. The union between rock and water has created unique landscapes; the instructors of the Hérault valley will take you to meet them.
Canyoning is an outdoor sport that offers the opportunity to admire the most beautiful canyons of the Hérault and Gard regions from a unique angle. Discover exceptional natural sites where few people have ventured. Are you ready to go? Follow us on our journey!
The devil’s canyon is located in the narrowest part of the Hérault gorges, in a surprising environment, where the profle of the gorges and the vegetaton which covers them will plunge you into an unexpected atmosphere.
The Valmale canyon is a real gem of the Cévennes valats. Located under the village of Saint-Germain-de-Calberte, it is nestled in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Cévennes national park.
Yield to the temptation of an aquatic trip in the heart of the “Grandes Causses”. You will be impressed by their richness and their diversity. Look up, you will probably see vultures flying above your head.
Among all the canyons in Cevennes, Orgon’s waterfall is the wildest canyon of Mont Aigoual massif. This initiation canyon is snuggled up in Mount Aigoual foothills.