How to use this database
Here are approximately 700 GPX tracks (mapped, commented, dated and downloadable) located in the Gard and nearby departments of south central France.
Use the table filters, type a keyword, pick a walking dstance, sort a column, display more lines, and when you find something interesting, click on the hike name to see a fully interactive slippy map based on high quality IGN maps. On the map displays, try the tools too (isochrome, route finders, altimetric profiles of any segment, etc). For fans of maps, there’s lots to do.
The author is not responsible for any inaccuracy of this trail data and users of this information do so strictly at their own risk.
|Trail name||Starts in ...||Distance||Cumul. Climb||Department|
|Mas de l'Ancienne Eglise||Aigaliers||15,00||366||Gard|
|La Dame de Brueys||Aigaliers||9,50||240||Gard|
|Gattigues et la Bouscarasse||Aigaliers||10,40||150||Gard|
|Chabian à Vacquières||Aigaliers||12,00||150||Gard|
|Bourdiguet au Chabian||Aigaliers||8,80||200||Gard|
|Autour de Gattigues - 1||Aigaliers||8,20||150||Gard|
|Autour de Gattigues - 2||Aigaliers||11,50||180||Gard|
|Trail name||Starts in ...||Distance||Cumul. Climb|
|Avg = 10,04|
These trails are almost always loops, bringing you back to your starting point. “Cumul. climb” refers to the cumulative vertical climbing in metres and is based on estimates taken from the gpx files. The altimetric profile for each trail is displayed at the bottom of the trail map. Conditions, routing and rights of passage over these trails can and will change over time. For this reason, the latest known date of passage on the trail is shown on the trail map. Never leave on a hike without a compass and a good map.
Summary by department
|Department||Number of circuits|
|∑ = 577|