Du Pilat à la Méditerranée par les balcons du Rhône - GR 42

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Going wrong this way becomes very difficult. Symbols indicate which facilities (public transport / shops / overnight stays) there are along or near the route. The guide contains a list of overnight addresses including telephone numbers, sometimes supplemented with websites / email addresses. All guides contain an extensive French.

The route booklets of the Great Routes in France (Grande Randonnees) are known to many hikers. The booklets therefore contain everything you can expect from them. The topographic maps (nowadays mostly in color) of the topographic service of France IGN 1: 50,000 show the walking routes. In combination with the marking along the GR paths, this makes it generally fairly easy to follow the routes. In addition to some limited background information, a lot of practical information: accommodations along the way, catering, walking distances, walking times, public transport, etc.

The guides are in French, but due to the rather practical information and display of this (many symbols) also easy to understand for those who are not very familiar with this.

From the peaks of Pilat to the lagoons of the Camargue, the GR 42 seems to flirt with the Rhône.

Sometimes distant, sometimes close, the GR® and the river interact between vineyards and orchards, from the inhabited heights of the balconies to the wild expanses of the marshes, via Tournon-sur-Rhône and Roquemaure.

They finally leave each other in Arles where the GR now runs along the Petit Rhône before returning to the Rhône canal in Sète in Saint-Gilles and offering to the big blue.

Rhone Valley, Provence
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Weight 0.000000
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Department France
Format Sheet map, folded
ISBN 9782751408588
Published 01/12/2016
Publisher Federation Francaise de la Randonnee Pedestre
Section French Travel Guides
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