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Aubrac viewpoints

Aubrac between heaven and earth ...

Viewpoints and panoramic views of Aubrac: the Aubrac plateau boasts a host of breathtaking viewpoints… Here are a few tips to help you make the most of them!

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All year round,Aubrac offers you landscapes as far as the eye can see, with burons, Aubrac cows, daffodils andlakes… Head for the heights of the Aubrac plateau to enjoy colorful landscapes, vast expanses and granite chaos as far as the eye can see.


On the way up to Aubrac, via the Route des Lacs

  • Perched at an altitude of over 1,000 metres, admire a 360° view of the surrounding Mont d’Aubrac.
  • On the foothills of the plateau, see the cliffs of the Causse de Sauveterre rising up on the other side of the Lot,
  • Admire the vast expanses, lakes and waterfalls scattered across the plateau…


The Signal de Mailhebiau

The Signal de Mailhebiau, perched at an altitude of 1469 metres, is the highest point on the Aubrac plateau.

Located on the border between Lozère and Aveyron, in the commune of Trélans, a hike through the pastures will take you to its orientation table.



The Col du Trébatut

Not far from Les Salces, on the Route des Lacs, you’ll find the Col du Trébatut, where a panoramic viewpoint awaits you at the gateway to Aubrac.