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Canyoning Aude


The department of Aude in Languedoc Roussillon offers us around 13 canyons. Most of them are located in the Corbières massif, which is a limestone massif created during the Tertiary. Its name Corbière comes from the Occitan Corbièra which means place where crows and crows gather, or from the Catalan corbesa  which means small mountains.


It is delimited with the Mediterranean Sea, the Fenouillèdes, the Aude river, between the cities of Narbonne, Carcassonne and Perpignan.

The Pic du Bugarach is the highest peak in the Corbières with its 1231 meters.


Bad weather may have hollowed out the limestone rock and now gives way to numerous gorges, notably those of Galamus, Pierres Lys and Termes.


We evolve on two canyons in the department, both are easy canyons, Galamus is an aquatic hike, as for Termes, its vertical character requires rope techniques.

Galamus Gorge

Limestone gorges between Cubière-sur-Cinoble and Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet where we practice canyoning on a course of around 1.5 kilometers...

The Clue of Terminet

Limestone and pink marble clue at Termes. We practice canyoning in this river. Vertical descent where abseiling will be mandatory...


Like the Pyrénées-Orientales, the department of Aude allows us to descend the canyons from the end of March to the end of September. The number of participants cannot exceed 10 people.

Gorge de Galamus
canyoning galamus
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