The Cevennes reliefs located in the north of the territory reflect the landscape identity of the Cevennes.The National Park is covered by 70% by the forest composed of beech, fir and chestnut trees as well as maritime pines planted in the past for the mining activity.
With this surface area, the Cevennes National Park is the most forested of the national parks. Many endemic species and species are protected there. The size of these wooded areas makes them particularly vulnerable to the risk of forest fires, especially during the summer. It is therefore very essential to adopt all year round, the right gestures during your hikes.
The communes of Concoules and Génolhac are located in the heart of the Park and are subject to the regulations of the heart of the Cevennes National Park.