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The Way of St James. Stage 1. Puy-en-Velay / St Privat d'Allier
distance 23.6km Vertical gain +570m Vertical drop -361m Durée 8h20 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Le Puy-en-Velay - 43 - Haute-Loire

Twenty to thirty thousand walkers set out from Puy-en-Velay every year to do the pilgrimage along the Way of St. James. Discover the Way of St. James by doing the first stage by foot. You can return to Puy-en-Velay in the evening in a special coach.

Walking Rochebaron Castle ( Download : )
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Rochebaron Castle
distance 9.18km Vertical gain +443m Vertical drop -447m Durée 3h55 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Bas-en-Basset - 43 - Haute-Loire

Rochebaron Castle is the emblematic site in the Bas-en-Basset and Monistrol-sur-Loire area.
Beautiful views, first over the Loire and, on the return journey, over the Meygal massif.

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Mount Gerbier de Jonc (1551 m), around it and up it
distance 15.77km Vertical gain +626m Vertical drop -620m Durée 6h20 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Sainte-Eulalie - 07 - Ardèche

This trail goes around and climbs up the Gerbier de Jonc whose summit offers a view over the Ardèche mountains.

Walking Rocher d'Abraham ( Download : )
Visorambler
distance 13.62km Vertical gain +1045m Vertical drop -1046m Durée 6h55 Difficult Difficult
Starting point Starting point in Mayres - 07 - Ardèche

You are at the heart of the Ardèche. View of the Cevennes and the Gerbier de Jonc.

Walking Roche Fort and Fenadou ( Download : )
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Roche Fort and Fenadou
distance 14.21km Vertical gain +610m Vertical drop -610m Durée 5h50 Moderate Moderate
Starting point Starting point in Thueyts - 07 - Ardèche

An "airy" hike which will yield fine views over the Ardèche Cévennes, the Ardèche valley to the south and the Fontaulière valley to the north. The route follows some of the paths maintained for the "Giants' Causeway Trail" and overall is thus very practicable and without difficulty. A large part of the walk is waymarked white and yellow.
Best done in May/June when the broom is in flower.