This ancient pathway appeared long before the human race. It was created when the movement of a north-south faultline in the earth's crust opened up a number of mountain passes. The biggest of these mountain passes lies just south of Villefort, where the ranges of Mont Lozère and the Mas de l'Aire, which otherwise would have formed a barrier 60 kilometres long, were split by earth movements that provided a low level route across them. It is along this pathway, between Langogne and Alès, that we offer you the exploration of a walking trail full of history…
CommentsEventuel supplément for luggage transfert after 15th of september
CommentsHotels and bed and breakfast
Getting thereTRAIN :
Gare (railway station) at Clermont Ferrand
Then take the train to Nimes, getting off at Langogne.
Through Clermont Ferrand, then Le Puy en Velay, puis Langogne.
through Lyon, Valence, Privas, Aubenas and Langogne.
GradientThe GR 700 has no special difficulties. The longest day's walk is 23.5 km.
Level of difficulty
The price includes: - Half board accommodation
- The transportation of luggage for each say's walk.
- A guidebook Reference 7000, GR 700 (one guidebook for 1-4 people)
- Accommodation tax
The price DOES NOT includes : - Packed lunches/midday picnics
- Drinks and personal spending
- The cost of getting from your home to the starting point, or getting home again after the holiday
- Booking fees (15 € per person)
- Extra charge for postage outside France (15 € per booking)
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