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Excellent day. First 3 km fairly steep and then level out nicely.

wandern
4 months ago

Très belle expérience, une grande diversité dans les paysages. A faire à partir de juin pour éviter de trop se peler la nuit surtout durant les premières étapes. Problème réglé une fois le mont Lozère passé :)

Expérience unique réalisée au printemps 2018. Malgré la neige sur le plateau d'Aubrac et le déluge dans le Béarn... magnifique ! Si c'était à refaire, je ferais le "détour" par la variante de Rocamadour.

Completed this in the counterclockwise route of the TMB. This was one of the harder days in the trekking out of the whole route, mainly due to the many hours of ascent. However, well worth it when you get to the Col du Bonhomme. Great pasta at the refuge!

wandern
4 months ago

Some overlap with the highway and lots of sheep. Great views. Lac Achard is a popular day hike with many people picnicking.

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scrambling
5 months ago

Excellente randonnée. Les points de vue sont magnifiques et la forêt agréable. La montée est un peu raide au départ d’Annecy le vieux mais cela vaut la peine.

la montée finale est très raide mais la vue en vaut le coup. Depuis aillon le jeune se fait sans difficulté !

This is a series of chair lifts from Verbier to La Chaux. The lift is free if you stay overnight in the region.

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steinig
5 months ago

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überwachsen
5 months ago

Trail is mostly overgrown and very hard to find. It goes off the main trail at an unexpected point. No waterfall in August, after heavy rain. Could be that the waterfall isnonly visible in spring.

This was our third Camino/Chemin and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The trail is well marked at all times, though it isn’t always following the All Trails route. We were told the route can vary due to conditions or accommodations available. We split the Camino in thirds, in order to get a rest day/laundry day, occasionally. We rested at Conques, Cahors and Condom. Good potable water is always readily available but do carry a litre each. If hot, carry more. Food on route isn’t always available so pack your baguette. Our only negative was the amount of road in the last third- 10 days- otherwise it was fabulous. The French people are very polite and welcoming even when our language skills were poor. Our accommodation food (half board) was delicious and did vary in style. This Camino is much less travelled than Spain, especially the last two thirds. Highly recommend.

wandern
6 months ago

We only made it as far as Le Cret d'en Haut but still consider this one of the best short walks in the area. Because of the steep ascent you are not only rewarded almost from the get-go with great views of Sainte-Foy-Tarantaise and Forét du Miroir, but also further afield on a good day to Mont Blanc.

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steinig
6 months ago

This is a common part of the TMB, and if done as part of a counterclockwise TMB (the most popular variant), this is a grueling hike, with multiple hours of basically non stop going up. Each mountain pass is a big victory, but by the end we were EXHAUSTED. Did this July 1st and there was still a lot of snow to trek across, so bring hiking poles for stability.

une belle étape

Belle rando.. A faire avec une très belle vue sur le lac et les montagnes à quasi 360°..

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très belle ascension. avec une vue magnifique.

Awesome experience. The trail is generally well marked and maintained. Some of the steep down parts are terrible but overall quite good. Enough gites for averaging 20 kilometers per day. Conques was fantastic, mostly because of the Abbaye and evening organ concert. I walked from Le Puy to Moissac in about 21 days. Every day was different, every day was hard, every day was fantastic.

There are two factors making this different from trails in the US: villages and gites. The trail passes through rural farms and picturesque villages which appear little changed from the Middle Ages. In the end near Le Puy you will meet more cows than people. The lodging for hikers is the gite, in which hikers stay in dormitories or private rooms, sometimes quite small and sometimes quite large. Most provide dinner and breakfast (Demi-pension) for a fee, a bed and food together averaging about €38 per night. Long dinners with other hikers and copious amounts of local wine and food make this experience extraordinary. As this is a pilgrimage trail, most hikers carry a credential and the symbol of the Camino, a scallop shell.

More of a workout than a scenic mountain hike. Steep ascent and descent through forest - fairly monotonous. But where views are possible very beautiful.

wandern
Sun Aug 05 2018

Très beau points de vue !

rucksacktour
Tue Jul 17 2018

Really tough climb after many days on the TMB. Views were stunning!! Keep going up as you’ll see many lakes before the actual Lac Blanc.

wandern
Tue Dec 26 2017

My study abroad group took a weekend trip to Annecy, France. Looking for local hikes, I found this one. The view was worth the steep ascent!

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