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Aubrac

The Aubrac plateau

The Aubrac straddles the departments of the Lozère, Cantal and the Aveyron.

A basaltic plateau (average altitude 1,300 metres), the Aubrac is named after Alto Braco, which means high place.

The climate is harsh here, the landscape grandiose, and the light slightest breeze makes the wild grass dance in the sunlight.
This region marks the harmony between man and nature. Here man is but a little thing; the image of the sailor and the ocean, he lives at the mercy of time and seasons ...
Made famous by the pilgrims of Santiago de Compostela who crossed the Aubrac, it was also known for its fabulous scenery as well as the many brigands who roamed the lands.

 

 

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  • CIRCUIT MOTO N°6 : LE PLATEAU DE L'AUBRAC

    Length of the route : 133.1 km

    Circuit moto : 132.5 km. Ce parcours de plus de 130 km vous mènera à la rencontre des rivières et des lacs, qui nourrissent les paysages et les immenses prairies de l’Aubrac. Cet ...

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  • CIRCUIT MOTO N°5 : MONTS ET LACS D'AUBRAC

    Length of the route : 133.7 km

    Circuit moto : 132.5 km. Prenez la route en direction de l’Aubrac où vous rencontrerez en chemin de nombreux sites naturels : cascade du Déroc, lac des Salhiens, étang de Bonnecombe, ...

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  • CIRCUIT MOTO N°3 : L'AUBRAC, TERRE DE TRANSHUMANCE ...

    Length of the route : 180.5 km

    Distance : 180 km. Prenez la route en direction de l’Aubrac, vaste plateau situé entre la vallée de la Truyère au Nord et celle du Lot au Sud. L’Aubrac se dévoile à travers ses ...

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