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hiking
no shade
3 days ago

OK walk. It took us 4h30m but that included lunch, photo stops, and a few off trail excursions.

This is a super nice walk. The first 4 km you walk on a narrow mountain path along the mountainside and you have breathtaking views. The vultures are flying above you. in short, great!

Very nice trail with a variation of views and landscapes. Beautiful natural forest trail. Good trail for all types of wheather

hiking
13 days ago

Very nice and easy trail with beautifull views. Also dog friendly. not much shade and no water, so better avoid this trail on hot days.

Nice trail recommended for dogs. Nice views and not difficult.

Good hiking, lots of vegetation, few people encountered on the way. We realized it in 2h. Small flat, little point of view and we did not see the cave ...

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
24 days ago

hiking
over grown
rocky
26 days ago

A lot of this trail is very rocky and as a result slow going. One section involves walking along a railway line which is ok for adults but not so great with children.

hiking
no shade
28 days ago

hiking
rocky
28 days ago

Beautiful waterfall located 2 kms from the Cottage Vaissiere, not accessible to young children and stroller, these are markets on the end of the trail.

Beautiful walk, shaded with magnificent views and vultures

beautiful little hike, to be equipped, stony paths and forest, beautiful uneven.

hiking
no shade
scramble
1 month ago

We only made the flat part of the hike that takes the path of the old railway. This path crosses several tunnels and is sometimes in the shade and sometimes in full sun. The path follows the river without giving access to it. At st Julien d'arpaon there is a bar that is open from April to October with burgers, fries, drinks, water for the dog etc ...

hiking
off trail
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

The start of the trail is not marked at all. I had to walk into the town to find that indeed AllTrails had the right location BUT you have to park on the paved road below or in the St. Jean du Gard town (which has a tourist office with hiking info by the way). Once on the trail (thanks to a woman tending her garden for the starting point), it was fine for a while with a couple of beautiful views. Then it got pretty rocky and difficult. Once you come to the rectangle, definitely go straight, where it indicates La Teule direction which is fairly flat with sloped parts here and there. If you go left toward Pic d’Arbousse, it gets steep and rocky very quickly and for a long time. Then, guess what? The trail ends and you’re outta luck!! I was stuck on a 45 degree sloped rocky surface with nowhere obvious to go. So I back tracked (losing about 20 min and with walking sticks I had to fashion from branches) and started up the Teule direction instead. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it all the way because the trail had been so badly marked I lost a lot of time and it was going to be dark by the time I got back. Plus, along the Teule path there was a plant I was allergic to and my eyes watered so bad I could barely see. As bad as it sounds I’m glad I did it but I definitely wouldn’t recommend it. It’s certainly not “moderate” in difficulty.

A stunning hike with amazing scenery, and great views of vultures! Most of the height is gained in the first part, with little altitude in the rest of the circuit. It is challenging in sorts, but well maintained and marked throughout.

hiking
8 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

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