Luchon (Haute Garonne) Cirque de Gavarnie - Gavarnie (Hautes Pyrénées) Lac de Gaube - Cauterets (Hautes Pyrénées) Haut Salat (Ariège) Crossing the Pyrenees Crossing the Pyrenees Château de Montségur - Montségur (Ariège) Conques (Aveyron) St James's Way to Santiago de Compostela - the Arles Route (Gers) Tour of the Larzac, the Knights Templar and Hospitaller (Aveyron) Aubrac - the Le Puy Route (Aveyron) Rocamadour (Lot) Millau Viaduct - Millau (Aveyron) Walking in the vineyards (Tarn) Walking in the Gaillac region (Tarn) The Causses du Quercy (Lot) Luchon (Haute Garonne) Etang de Bassiès (Ariège) St James's Way to Santiago de Compostela Waymarking (Hautes Pyrénées) Path (Lot) The Arles Route (Tarn) Waymarking (Tarn) Waymarking (Gers)

Walking and hiking

Occitania : a region made for walking

In the Pyrenees, along the St James's Way pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela and around Toulouse, Conques and Rocamadour, not a single part of Occitania / Pyrenees-Mediterranean is free of footpaths. The dense network of trails here is every walker's and hiker's dream: a total of 30,000 km of waymarked footpaths that make this region an attractive proposition where people come to feel at one with nature.