Reserve Naturelle Des Gorges De L'ardeche

  • Address: Le Village, 07700 Saint-Remeze, France, Saint-remèze
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  • Phone: +33-475987731
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Nature

Explore nature in its truest form at the natural park Des Gorges De L'ardeche in France. The natural preserve is known for the extraneous variety of birds and vegetation found here. The scenic views are magnificent that leave you with a very admirable experience. Something further adding to the glamor of the place is the existence of small ecosystems complete in themselves with the perfect planning of nature. The view of the waterfront is also something that cannot be overlooked or denied its credibility. Indeed a visit to this place refreshes you for good, and makes you capable of appreciating the true things in life.

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  • Reserve Naturelle Des Gorges De L'ardeche Address: Le Village, 07700 Saint-Remeze, France, Saint-remèze
  • Reserve Naturelle Des Gorges De L'ardeche Contact Number: +33-475987731
  • Reserve Naturelle Des Gorges De L'ardeche Price: Free
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  • Lovely area. Some of the walking trials have fallen down trees over the path. In one particular area it appears to have significant storm damage and the path has been washed away and a bit of due diligence is needed at this point of the walk. Came across and hand full of walkers but generally a very quiet pleasant walk. Can be difficult is some areas, ensure you have plenty of fluids for this walk and substantial snacks to see you through. Moderate to difficult in ability

  • We rented kayaks in Saint Martin, and went for the 32 km descent to include the natural arch. It was my first time kayaking and I absolutely loved it. The gorges carved by the river look amazing, and the river was not too fast (we went mid July) so the rapids weren't scary for us. At the end of a long day we were exhausted, but what an experience. Highly recommended. I would give more stars if only I could :)

  • Such a beautiful place ! I really recommend to do it with the canoe, really great experience. Though on July and August, water level drops and will be less fun because current will no longer push you. Best to do it in June. Can also be done on foot (4 hours of walking at least). Amazing canyon with stunning cliffs, if you're a landscape photograph this place is for you

  • Loved it - it was hot, sunny and wet - just like I like my men ;) If you decide to do the 24km kayak make sure you take plenty of sunblock, water and tunes to keep you going as it's a long way down. A couple of dips in the cool water and the nudey camp will deffo get your energy back up. 25 willies in your face as you navigate past a reasonably hard rock is well worth it. Ha just realised I put willies and hard in the same sentence without them being directly linked.

  • Stunningly beautiful gorge. If you are planning a visit, strongly recommend kayaking down the river, best way to see the gorge and Pont D'Arc. Had a fantastic time, despite having never been in a kayak before.

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