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This part of the bike path along the Canal Du Midi is unpaved up to a few kilometers from Castelnaudary. The bicycle trail changes from dirt to paved at the Ecluse de la Planque, which is about 3 kilometers west of Castelnaudary.
Continue on the bicycle path located on the south side of the Canal Du Midi.
Ecluse de la Mediterranee (also called Ecluse de Medecin), 1673, single lock. Km 56.8 Height 2.58 m.
Ecluse de La Domergue, 1674, single lock. Km 59.998 Height 2.24 m. Named after a nearby farm. In 1847 the lock keeper’s house was moved from the north bank to the south bank. The north bank proved to be too humid causing illness to its inhabitants.
Ecluse de La Planque, 1674, single lock. Km 61.231 Height 2.63 m. Named after a nearby farm. Lock keeper’s house dates from 1672. There used to be a mill here, but it got demolished. The water intake and output for this mill are, however, still visible. Bike path changes from dirt track to pavement.
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