The good bike plan of the month:
The valley of Ennuye
This route of choice offers cyclists committing on this loop to connect the four entrance gates of the upper valley of Ennuye. The tour starts from the village of Sainte-Jalle, the western entrance to the Ennuye valley, and begins in the direction of Buis-les-Baronnies, on the slopes of the Col d’Ey. Once this door south reached, the course will descend into the nearby valley of the Ouvèze, offering the passage to the cyclist breathtaking views of the Ventoux. The rise of the Ouvèze gorges through the village of Sainte-Euphémie will reach the foot of the Peyruergue pass. Climbing this pass, which is the eastern gateway to the Ennuye Valley, the route again turns into its starting valley. The descent to the village of Saint-Sauveur-Gourvernet will be in a setting of lavender and apricot orchards before a last climb on the flanks of the northern gate of this valley: the Soubeyrand pass. Shortly before reaching its summit, a small road will make it possible to fork towards the perched village of Poët-Sigillat then to go down again to the point of departure of the loop.