The Champlatte mountain bike route is located on the heights of the hamlet of La Colle Saint-Michel, offering unobstructed views of the surrounding peaks overlooking the Vaïre and Haut-Verdon valleys.
From Colmars, you can enhance route no. 12 by heading for the hamlet of Villars-Heyssier, the start of a remarkable hike in the Gorges de St Pierre, on foot only.
After reaching the village of La Mure along the picturesque “Train des Pignes” railroad line, this circuit climbs along a forest track below the Montagne de Maurel, then plunges into the Isole valley along a shady path.
Departing from the Chalet de Ratery, a Nordic center in winter, the trails run through a large larch forest, following the “La Reynière” loop to Cabane Neuve.
From the Villars-Heyssier bridge, a long loop with beautiful panoramas on the forest track and undergrowth crossings on the left bank of the Verdon.
A superb route through the Issole national forest. Climb alternating road and track to the summit of Chalvet, a world-famous site for hang-gliding.
Leave the village of Val d’Allos for Colmars-les-Alpes, via a balcony crossing in the heart of the mountain pastures. The route begins with a short ascent on the road, but ends with a gentle descent.
A varied and fairly sporty route in the Ratery Nordic area. The route passes close to Cabane Vieille.
Departing from Colmars, a picturesque fortified village, this challenging route takes you along the Col des Champs road, which winds its way to the start of the Noncière trail. Serious climbs with exceptional views over the Haut-Verdon valley.
This route, reserved for the more athletic, combines loops 12 and 13.
The most athletic will complete this itinerary in 3 hours