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Great hike! A mixture of paths and rocky terrain. It’s steep at the beginning up to Bernstein castle but then it evens out until the base of Hagastein. We did do the outlet path to Egelstein. The view from the sencond castle is beautiful. You can skip spending time at Ramstein castle...it’s mostly just a ruins and the other two are much better! The view a from the second two castles are beautiful! There is no water or trash along the route. It took us around 5 hours with a quick snack stop.

Beautiful hike. Easy but bring a hat and a lot of water!

hiking
Sunday, October 02, 2016

Located on the northern edge of the Upper Chalosse and at the confluence of the Gabas creek and the Adour river, the small village of Toulouzette is the launching point of this hike in the riparian and wetland zone formed by the Adour river. A pond where one can observe mallards, little egrets; then an oxbow lake, then the Adour river. Hikers will then head south and cross the cultivated plateau between the Adour river and the Gabas creek. After crossing the Gabas, the route follows the green path of Chalosse on the hillside of Montaut before joining Toulouzette. Topo-Guide: Rando Guide n°4 (Haute Chalosse) édité par le CG40

walking
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

A walk to discover the main points of interest of the Landes prefecture: remains of the river port, junction of the Douze and the Midou rivers forming the Midouze river, parks and gardens. Departure and arrival from the old battlements and the medieval tower converted into a museum of the figurative french sculpture of the early twentieth century (Donjon Lacataye Museum Despiau-Wlérick).

hiking
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hiking
Monday, November 07, 2016