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Cicerone Guides: Walking in Provence 42 Walks in the Alpes Maritime, Var, Vaucluse and Northern Provence

Walking / Outdoor Guide Out of Print
By: Janette Norton(Author)
288 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: Walking in Provence
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  • Cicerone Guides: Walking in Provence ISBN: 9781852843823 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 2003 Out of Print #175699
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Guide to walking in Provence, southern France, Europe. An excellent selection of 42 walks in this popular area. Covering the Alps Maritimes, Var, Vaucluse and northern Provence, the suggested walks are of short and medium length. Each walk is fully described and illustrated with a sketch map and photographs. Local information of interest to the walker is thoroughly researched, and each walk captures the very essence and atmosphere of life in Provence. The walks are of short and medium length all with clear, accurate descriptions of the routes and detailed maps to accompany them. There is also practical information for the visitor as well as the historical and cultural background to the area. None of the walks in this book goes higher than 2 000 m and many of them are considerably lower level. They are generally within the capability of an averagely fit person and are graded Difficult, Medium or Easy.



1 Baou des Noirs and Baou des Blancs
2 Baou de St-Jeannet and ruins of Castellet
3 Le Chemin du Paradis - from Bar-sur-Loup to Gourdon
4 Pic de Courmettes and Puy de Tourettes
5 Le Baou de Saint-Jean
6 La Route Napoleon
7 La Vallee de la Siagne
8 Tour of Mont Vinaigre
9 L'Esterel - Lac de l'ecureuil and Three Passes
10 Pic du Cap Roux

11 Castle Ruins and Ste-Croix
12 Chapel of Notre Dame d'Orgnon
13 Tour of the Ste-Baume
14 Old Village and Chateau of Rougiers
15 St-Jean du Puy and Mont Olympe
16 Montagne de Ste-Victoire
17 Marcel Pagnol Country
18 Circuit du Latay
19 Le Mourre d'Agnis

VAUCLAUSE; Luberon region walks
20 Abbaye de Senanque, Gordes
21 Fontaine-de-Vaucluse and Wall of the Plague
22 Fort de Buoux and Aiguebrun
23 Short Walk around the Colorado Provencal
24 Long Walk around the Colorado Provencal
25 North Side of Luberon Mourre Negre; Ventoux walks
26 Le Barroux to La Roque-Alric
27 Les Gorges de la Nesque
28 Les Gorges de Curnier - south side of Mont Ventoux
29 Vaison-La-Romaine to Crestet
30 La Gambade - from Gigondas (Dentelles de Montmirail)
31 Les Dentelles de Montmirail

32 Three Chapels Walk from Digne-les-Bains
33 L'Ichtyosaure Fossil National Geological Reserve Site
34 Le Serre de l'Esclangon National Geological Reserve
35 Sommet de Cucuyon or Sommet de Couard
36 Le Cousson
37 La Bigue du Siron
38 Les Rochers des Mees
39 Les Gorges de Trevans
40 The Verdon Gorge - Sentier Martel
41 The Lower Verdon Gorge
42 Le Sommet de Cremon

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Janette Norton has lived in France, near Geneva, for over 30 years. Her love of mountain walking dates from the time she was a guide in her twenties; the proximity of the Alps and Jura to her home has inspired her to continue her passion. Now her family has grown up, she has branched out to explore other areas of France.