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The Chemin de Halage is a scenic path that was formerly a towpath by which animals/humans towed barges called gabares along the Lot River. We walked the section between St. Cirq Lapopie and Bouzies (4k each way). The walk is fairly flat (once you come...More
We walked from Bouziès along the riverside. A level walk of perhaps 3.5k by the peace of the river, hearing the calls of herons and jays and also the laugh of green woodpeckers from time to time. Many small caves beside the path which we...More
Great place for a walk in the Lot valley. Fantastic views across the river and on the valley from the hillside town of Saint-Cirq Lapopie.
Towpath is well maintained and easily accessible, though not exactly wheelchair friendly.
It's a tow path, carved into the rock face. No great shakes, but pleasant enough as you walk along the river. Only about 3kms long. You may not want to walk down from St Cirq to the tow path, as even after the steep descent,...More
The part of th epath below the rocks is exciting - th erest of the path is relaxing and nice.
It woul dbe nice to have one way walking and th eother by boat, unfortunately this is not offered in July...
This walk was recommended to us by locals and we were lucky because it is a great walk. You walk in a crevice along the Lot, so in the shade, which makes it perfect for a hot day. You can see the boats go by...More
Park at Bouzies and stroll along the river Lot along the towpath carved into the cliff. Enjoy the cliff carvings done in 1985 and watch a leisure boat go through the lock. You can turn back to the car park giving you a return walk...More
We crossed the bridge over the Lot and parked in the free car park at St Cirque Lapopie. We were immediately on the walk, and sauntered along to Bouzies, pausing to watch the boats using the locks, the murals and generally admiring the attractive scenery....More