Walking and riding around Albi
From Denen to Terssac, from Castelnau-de-Lévis to Cambon, explore the countryside, wooded areas, vineyards or verdant plains and discover our region’s smaller built heritage in the urban community of Albi:
- 140kms of paths and trails which cross the countryside, wooded areas, vineyards or verdant plains
- 18 maintained routes, signposted and marked, within 14 communes.
Along the way, discover our region’s smaller built heritage: watermills, dovecotes, wayside crosses, ancient washhouses. These routes are accessible to walkers and mountain bikers.
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Walking and riding point
Located just a few steps from the Cathedral, the Walking and riding point centralises all the walks and rides in the Tarn. Walking and riding in the Tarn, includes some 6000kms of trails each one very different from the other. It allows you to discover our natural inheritance: fauna, flora, walks told through nature. There are many ideas for walks, rides, outings, circuits for you to discover in the Tarn.
Our favourite for families: The ‘Human rights’ greenway: 44km linking Albi to Castres on the old railway line, to walk or ride along - starting point on the road to Lamilarié (towards Castres) (free)
Around Albi by bicycle
- The Steeve Jackson circuit: The 22km Steeve Jackson circuit allows you to visit Albi in complete safety, leaving from the Albi Tourist Information Centre (free guide)
- Tarn by bike: 21 cycle routes, 5 medium/long distance cycle routes, 2 greenways for the whole family (€2 from the Tourist Information Centre) Information sheets: distances, altitude, things to see