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Chemin de Stevenson, Le Puy-en-Velay
(5/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Fabulous landscapes, from the points of view to cut the breath, perfumes, colours... all is enchantment on that path. But he wins to the strength of the calves because the gradients can be very important on the same step. We do beautiful encounters, the effort creates bonds with other hikers. Perfect markup. So, no need to be burdened with maps and compass. The Guidebook of the FFR is largely sufficient and informative on the places passed through. My only gripe, it's the incivility of those who mark their "passage to the bathroom" by kleenex without taking the trouble to bury them or and win...
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  • relatively takes account of uneven and the very hilly course but to do, because beautiful landscapes especially in the spring with the broom in bloom.
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  • Of the Puy to Saint Jean du Gard, the scenery is total with a great diversity of landscape, the juices of Velay in the Cevennes through mont Lozère. The path is rather accessible although sometimes having some difficulties due to the terrain. Water points are rare, so be careful especially between the bridge-Monvert and Florac. Similarly it is better to book the rare houses on this some portions of the path.
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