Explore the most popular Road Biking trails in France with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

mountain biking
12 days ago

randonnée VTT relativement facile malgré 2 à 3 passages plutôt technique dans des gros dénivelé de rochers.

hiking
fee
25 days ago

I’ve hiked the Camino four times and love every route I’ve done, it’s amazing. Buen Camino!

Best thing I ever did in my life. Also my first day ever of hiking was tackling the Pyrenees :)

Cette randonné est entièrement sur la route mise à part un court passage dans la colline le Seul point positif une belle vue.

scenic driving
2 months ago

Beautiful drive. We did it very slowly, which was possible because of winter and almost nobody here. We never had a car behind us, so we slowly rolled in 1st gear and enjoyed the views, making many stops to enjoy them. There is a section where there’s a sign that says the road is closed. We passed anyways and it’s “closed” for no apparent reason. It’s really worth the loop.

My husband and I went in September 2019. Life changing experience.

backpacking
4 months ago

As others have said, life changing. Mostly had beautiful days, a couple not so beautiful days, wonderful people, and an incredible experience. If you can take the time I would recommend doing it in one trip. Not just so you can get it done but to fully appreciate every day that you get to do it, uninterrupted. It took us 35 days to Santiago but we continued 3 more days to Finistetrré and then Muxia. My favorite part was probably the last 3 days where it was much less traveled and felt like it was a much slower pace.

pas mal mais ce n'est pas la meilleure du grau du roi

hiking
4 months ago

Life changing. The recording would stop on its own while walking. Had to keep checking it several times a day for 2 months.

Life changing experience! Completed the entire Camino in 36 days with some rest days included. An average of 25km per day.

my favourite hike in the world.

we walked the Camino in August 2019, finishing on September 7. a completely exhilarating walk. some hard parts some easy. most people complete it within 30-35 days, we took 34. fantastic villages and hamlets, picturesque countryside, beautiful people. walking the full Camino has been my greatest lifetime achievement and i cannot wait to do the next one Buen Camino

hiking
6 months ago

Walked only a section of this historic canal in the center of Toulouse, lots of trees and good views of the city and and canal.

hiking
rocky
scramble
6 months ago

Super ! Incroyable rando !

hiking
6 months ago

The recording kept stopping during my Camino so it has breaks during the trail that are not accurate.

My wife and I did the Camino Frances in July and August of 2017 from St Jean to Santiago in 34 days. It was an extraordinary pilgrimage for us -- a true 24/7 marriage encounter. We loved the fellow Pilgrims, the history, the culture and the food & wine. It was an amazing physical and spiritual journey. Our 17 and 19 year-old kids joined us at about the half-way point in Leon; our 22 year-old joined us all for the last 5 days from Sarria. Our family of 5 arrived happily together in Santiago on August 21. We recommend this trip with the highest possible acclaim. Go for it -- Buen Camino!

hiking
over grown
6 months ago

petit tour sympa a 70% dans les chemins

hiking
muddy
over grown
7 months ago

Super tour entre ostréiculteurs, les dunes et les pins. Superbe vue sur la dune du Pyla.

hiking
7 months ago

Nous l'avons fait avec un enfant de 8 ans et un tandem avec enfant de 4ans et c'était parfait

je pense que la partie : D952 est un peu dangereuse pour de la randonnée !!!!

hiking
washed out
7 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Do it! Walked June-July, loads of wildflowers, amazing views, beautiful people, fun, friendly, can’t wait to walk again. Buen Camino!

first 8 or so kilometers get pretty intense uphill, along with other similar sections, but the hardest part on the feet was actually the way down, even the alternate path/road was tough on the feet/knees. Most of the way up was in the clouds/thick fog which was so thick you could only hear the cows/sheep/horses on the hillside even though they were 20 feet from you. The view once you cleared the clouds made it worth it! intense start to the Camino!

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