This river gorge runs for around 30 kilometres from the small village of Saint Leger, heading west along the borders of the Vaucluse and Drome regions.
You can enjoy a walk along the river, taking a dip in the cool waters of some of the pools along its route.
In some places water crossings (you'll get wet) are unavoidable, but there are the odd few small beaches you come across, or you can hop across the stones.
As you progress down the gorge, the walls become steep and more enclosing. At the far end there is a trail that takes you up to a view point looking down over the gorge from above. From here you can follow the small road back to the village and your start point.