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Self-guided walking tour on Stevenson's Trail
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Highlights

  • Congratulating yourself on finding the finest trail in rural France
  • Drinking in the vast views of the “Sea of Mountains” and the blue Mediterranean skies.
  • Hunting for the Black Virgins in the basalt steep-stair streets of Le Puy-en-Velay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Soaking in the atmosphere over a glass of vin and delicious local cheeses in a field of wild flowers.
  • Looking out over the ‘Sea of Mountains’ in the Cévennes & feeling on top of the world
  • Exploring the National Park of the Cévennes

In September, 1878 the young Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson departed on an epic journey from Monastier sur Gazeille, in the Haut Loire. Twelve days, one hundred and fifty six miles and a host of adventures later he arrived in St- Jean-du-Gard at the edge of the Cevennes National Park.

His trek is immortalized in his classic, ''Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes''. Recreate his fascinating journey with considerably more certainty and comfort. Stay in locally selected guesthouses, eat the best of local cuisine and carry only a light day pack. In short, a classic walking tour that takes you both through literary history and delightfully unexplored regions of rural France.

The West Australian's travel section took a "Novel look at secret France", whilst walking our itinerary.

DAY 1: Arrive in Le Puy-en-Velay

This ancient medieval town, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is dominated by three “puys” (steep volcanic plugs) crowned by the massive statue of Mary, the ancient Cathedral and St Michel’s chapel. Almost unchanged in a 1,000 years the medieval houses, alleys and steep-streets nestling below are bustling with shops traditional lace making, little restaurants and café terraces.


Overnight: Hotel Regina, Le Puy-en-Velay


Hotel Regina has 25 bright and spacious rooms, all individually decorated with modern furnishings. It is also wonderfully located in the old part of town.


DAY 2: St Martin de Fugères to Le Bouchet-St-Nicolas

Your adventure in Stevenson’s footsteps begins! A short transfer between 8 and 9 am will take you to the start of your walk in St-Martin-de-Fugéres. Cross the gorge of the Loire at Goudet (ideal spot for picnic lunch) to reach the high volcanic plateau. Pass several small hamlets set amidst a patchwork of black volcanic soil and the green fields of Puy lentils to the isolated hamlet of Le Bouchet Saint Nicolas.


Dinner & Overnight: Gites La Retirade, Le Bouchet-St-Nicolas


Tonight’s modest auberge, owned by the local farming Villeseche family, is a rendezvous for walkers and locals alike. Local style dinner and breakfast included.    


Walk: 9.5miles/15km


Elevation gain/loss: +460m/-175m


DAY 3:  Walk to Pradelle/Langogne

Today walk via Arquejol & the railway viaduct, crossing a deep ravine and following a high plateau ridge to the market town of Landos. Detouring briefly, you can reach Rocher de la Fagette with distant views to rounded volcanic mountaintops. Arrive in austerely beautiful Pradelle before checking into your hotel or descend to the larger market town of Langogne.


Dinner & Overnight: Hotel l’Arche, Pradelle


This hotel is located in Pradelle, a nice medieval town. It is an old coaching hotel and is clean and simple.


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Dinner & Overnight: Hotel de la Poste, Langogne


A friendly relaxed atmosphere awaits you at this former post station.


Walk: 13 or 17 miles/21 or 25km


Elevation gain/loss:  +315m/-575m


DAY 4: Walk to Cheylard l’Evèque

Undulating walking by dark forests and small streams crossed by ancient humpback bridges as you discover the remote Gévaudan countryside. Passing Saint-Flour-de-Mercoire (1049m) and the cathedral-like Mercoire forest to Sagne-Rousse, where RLS got hopelessly lost!! Later, an ancient sunken track descends to the remote hamlet of Cheylard L’Eveque.


Dinner & Overnight: Le Refuge du Moure, Cheylard l’Evèque


This charming local auberge serves a regional dinner served at long tables bustling with fellow walkers from around the world. 


Walk: 13.8 or 10m/22.2 or 16km


Elevation gain/loss:  +320m –150m


DAY 5: Walk to La Bastide Puylaurent

Fine valley walking today, through rolling hills and forests by Les Pradels . Breath-taking views of the distant blue Cévennes Mountains are revealed before joining the medieval route to Luc. Descend along a rough mule track into the Allier valley and the Ardeche department at Laveyrune. Arrive into the hamlet of Bastide Puylaurent.


Dinner & Overnight: La Grande ‘Halte, La Bastide Puylaurent


Stephanie and David will welcome you to their hotel located in the centre of La Bastide. It is a modest property and here dinner is included.


Walk: 10.5 miles/17km


Elevation gain/loss:  +240m –380m



DAY 6: Walk to Chasserades

First to La Mourade (1308m), fine high country walking and stunning panoramic views south to the Cévennes Mountains. Then through the majestic Forest Domaniale de la Gardille to Chabalier and the historic hamlet of Chasserades.


Dinner & Overnight: Hotel des Sources, Chasserades



Eric will welcome you to this friendly hotel as you complete the day’s walk. The rooms are simple but have modern amenities.


Walk: 7.5 miles/12km


Elevation gain/loss:  +330m –160m


 DAY 7: Walk to Le Bleymard


From Chasserades the trail goes through the tiny village of Mirandol with its distinctive “lauzes” roof tiles and massif 30m viaduct. The forest-covered Goulet Massif is the first major climb on the trail and more than rewarded by the breath-taking panorama. Lying at 1413m, La Bleymard, is the gateway to the Cevennes National Park and lies below the drove road, “La Drailles des Mulets”. It is a steep decent by the source of the Lot River.


Dinner & Overnight: Hotel La Remise, Le Bleymard



This property has 20 spacious bedrooms, a shady terrace, which you can relax on after your day’s walk and great food!


Walk: 10.5 miles/16.1km


Elevation gain/loss:  +/- 310m



DAY 8: Walk to Finiels


Ancient standing stones, or Montjoies, mark the route today as the awe-inspiring panorama of the Cevennes opens up below. Descending the rough steep track through the photogenic scattered boulders arrive in the tiny hamlet of Finiels.


Dinner & Overnight: Maison Victoire, Finiels



This convivial  and delightful B&B has 5 lovely rooms and you will be warmly welcomed by your host, Jacqueline. (If you are more than 4 in your party you may stay in Le Pont de Montvert tonight which is further along the trail.)


Walk: 8.6 miles/14km


Elevation gain/loss:  +630m -824m



DAY 9: Walk to Florac


Begin today’s walk with a transfer to the start of the trail in Le Pont de Montvert (if you stayed in Finiels). Walking doesn’t come much better than this as you head off into the heart of the Cévennes. This is the longest hiking day of the whole tour , with energetic ascents and descents, but rewards all day long with spectacular views.


Dinner & Overnight: Les Tables de  la Fontaine,  Florac



Veronique and Denis’s historic B&B, Les Tables de la Fontaine is situated in the heart of the quaint shabby chique old quarter of Florac. (Occasionally you head off the trail a few km earlier and head for the Hotel La Lozerette in Cocures for the night )


Walk: 17 miles/27.3km


Elevation gain/loss:  +545m -875m



(Option to shorten today’s walk by 2.5 miles ( 4 km)



DAY 10: Walk to Cassignas/Cauvel


The first part of the day is a challenging walk by hills and balcony paths among the red-rock scenery of the Mimenti Valley and by Saint-Julien-D’Arpaon. By contrast the enchanting countryside following the gorge along the disused railway track to Cassagnas, makes for a delightful stroll.


Dinner & Overnight: Le Mimentois, Cassagnas



This delightful accommodation offers beautiful and tranquil scenes from its garden. (There is also accommodation in Cauvel which is 5km further down the trail—there is the possibility you will stay here)


Walk: 11.5 miles/17.4km or 14.2 miles/22.9 km


Elevation gain/loss:  +200m, -50m.



DAY 11: Walk to St-Etienne-Valley-Française


Follow the trail through the forested Camisards country among chestnut trees as the route circles below the watershed of Mount Mars (1162m). An easy climb to La Plan de Fontmort occurs before joining various other forested GR trails to arrive at the Col de la Pierre Plantee (891m) and the last of our mysterious standing stones. Next  join an ancient track following the chestnut groves to the valley and St -Etienne-Valley-Française.


Dinner & Overnight: La Dinierola, St-Etienne-Valley-Française



Tonight you will stay with the charming Madame Thomas at her B&B in this typical village with dinner arranged at the local bistro.


Walk: 14 miles/22.5km


Elevation gain/loss:  +320m –710m



DAY 12: Walk to St-Jean-du-Gard


This morning a long climb up to Col de Saint-Pierre (597m) and Signal de Saint-Pierre (695) is rewarded by the breath-taking 360 degree panorama of the Cévennes Mountains. Continue on downhill to the pretty hamlet of Pied de Cote to join the Gardon river walk and over the ancient bridge into the main town of St-Jean-du-Gard.



Tonight you’ll toast the RLS and the amazing travels with a glass or two and maybe a delightful dinner in the local restaurant.


Overnight: Les Bellugues, St-Jean-du-Gard



This historic hotel is set amidst the bustle of this Mediterranean-influenced town where Stevenson caught the stagecoach. Enjoy relaxing by the swimming pool.


Walk: 7.75 miles/12.5km


Elevation gain/loss: +350m –410m



DAY 13: Onward Travel


Say “Au Revoir” to Stevenson’s Trail and make your way home via Le Puy, Nimes, Lyon or Paris.


Accommodation

Your 13 day self-guided walking tour includes 12 nights in hand-picked accommodations chosen for their comfort, location and real authenticity. All of the auberges, B&Bs and small hotels are owner-operated and offer a genuinely warm welcome. It is worth remembering that in this lost corner of France time has stood still which gives a simple charm.  


Alternative accommodation

During the high season, you might be booked into alternative accommodations which are not listed in the description. Any alternative accommodation will be of the same or better standard as those described.


As the overnight stops on the Stevenson’s Trail are often small it may be necessary to place you in alternate accommodation in a different location, which may involve slightly less or more walking on some days.


Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

Single rooms are available but attract a supplement. This is a great tour for solo walkers. If you are travelling solo the tour is slightly more expensive as some costs are not shared.


Time of Year

Spring in Southern France is delightful but a late winter will mean snow on the highest points of the route and blustery gales! April, May and June are absolutely lovely and the wild flowers are at their best. September & October are special as the landscape takes on it’s autumnal pallet of reds and golds, you can gather chestnuts in the south and the panoramic views have lazy late summer feeling, while we can get some spectacular thunderstorms rolling over. July and August can be very hot so you will have to start early to miss the heat of the day, although the towns are buzzing.


Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

Single rooms are available but attract a supplement. This trip is available for solo walkers who are comfortable navigating alone. If you are travelling solo the tour is slightly more expensive as some costs are not shared.


Grade & Terrain

This tour is rated moderate to strenuous because some of the daily walks are relatively long over rough tracks and the terrain is very hilly in some parts. You will need to be in excellent physical condition to complete the walks on this itinerary. The trails follow ancient footpaths, sheep tracks and drove roads over basalt, granite, schist and limestone and in some sections the rocks can be loose underfoot. You will therefore need to be surefooted. Where possible the route avoids paved roads.


Navigation, Route Notes & Maps

You will be following the GR70, (GR= Grande Randonnée or main walking routes) which is clearly way marked with the famous red and white stripes, whether on a passing tree, rock, or post. We supply a detailed guidebook (you will need to be familiar with basic compass use to follow these in some places) and maps so navigation is generally easy. Heavy rains, winds and fog do sometimes affect sections of the trail, and in the winter higher ground is often snow covered.


Baggage Transfer

Your bags will be transferred from your accommodation onto your next overnight stop. The weight of your bags is restricted to 13kg per bag, this is due to health and safety regulations of the bag transfer company, and also takes into account the many fragile bridges that they need to cross which have weight limits. As we realise that 13kg is not a lot of baggage allowance, we have built an additional bag into the tour cost. So if you are two people travelling, your allowance is 3x 13kg bags. If you are a solo traveller, your allowance is 2x 13kg bags. Please make sure they are clearly marked with your name and next nights accommodation.


Meals

The delicious French food and wine available locally is undoubtedly a highlight of this holiday. The price of your tour includes continental breakfast each morning with tea, coffee or hot chocolate, home made jams, local breads and either yogurt, cheese, fruit or ham depending on local availability. Dinner is included on 10 nights. All your hosts will prepare a packed lunch if you let them know a couple of days in advance for 7-10€ approx. pp. or you can pick up a crusty baguette, some fantastic local cheese, sweet ripe fruit and picnic en route. Be sure to depart in the morning with a full water bottle.


Travel Insurance

It is a condition of booking with us that you have suitable travel insurance that covers you for cancellation, curtailment, illness or injury.


General Information

The distances and ascents/descents are approximations of the recommended routes. Please be prepared by packing all necessary items, for example proper rain gear (jacket and pants), sunhat, sunscreen. Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes for the cooler months and lightweight clothing for summer, and a daypack.

Getting to Le Puy en Velay

Lyon Airport is the closest airport to Le Puy-en-Velay. From the airport there is a fast train link (30 mins) to the main train station Gare de Lyon Part-Dieu and from here you can take a TGV train to Le Puy via Saint-Etienne-Châteaucreux to downtown Le Puy, which takes around 2.5 hours. For more information on train times and schedules please visit the SNCF website.


It is also possible to reach Le Puy from Nimes, Clermont Ferrand and Montpellier.


Getting from St Jean-du-Gard

If you wish to retrace your steps back to Le Puy from St-Jean-du Gard it is possible to take a shuttle van (shared) at a cost of €50 per person. The van leaves at 13.30 and arrives in Le Puy at 17.15. Advance reservation for this shuttle van is essential and it is offered as an option on the Macs Adventure website, or you can speak with your Destination & Adventure Specialist.


There are also public buses from St Jean-du-Gard to Nimes and from here you can take a TGV to Lyon or other destinations, such as Paris, and Lille. There are approximately 5 buses per day and you can check the following website for up to date schedules, Edgard Transport. The journey takes 1.5 hours.

Included

  • 12 Nights in B&B’s, auberges and small hotels
  • 12 Breakfasts
  • 10 Dinners
  • Baggage transfers
  • 2 Transfers as listed in the itinerary
  • Detailed guidebook, maps, and information pack
  • Organisational assistance and backup from our area manager in France and our office

Excluded

  • * Travel insurance (required)
  • Travel to Le-Puy-en-Velay
  • Travel from St-Jean-du-Gard
  • Lunches and 2 dinners
  • Drinks and snacks
  • Personal equipment

Extras

  • Single Room Supplement
  • Solo Supplement
  • Extra Night(s)
  • Private transfer Le Puy to Chasserades
  • Shuttle van (shared) St Jean du Gard to Le Puy

We are often asked the following questions and I hope that you will find the answers useful. Don't hesitate to contact one of our French specialists if you have any further queries.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalised as this trail has very limited accommodation and baggage handlers. If you can start on a week day to avoid the peak week-end periods it’s much better but not essential. We will always try and accommodate your plans so just ask.

How fit do I need to be?

This walking holiday is graded moderate to strenuous with some challenging days and involves between four and eight hours walking each day. Some of the paths are very steep so you should be in pretty good shape to get the most from this adventure.

How do the baggage transfers work?

Your bags will be transferred between accommodations as per your itinerary. You just need to ask your host where to leave your bag in the morning and it will be picked up soon after 8am. We ask that you limit your bags to one per person of a maximum of 15kgs.

What personal equipment do I need?

After booking we will send you a detailed per departure information pack which includes a kit list of standard walking gear such as good walking shoes/boots, comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, a daypack and hats/gloves etc.

When is the best time of year?

Spring in Southern France is delightful but a late winter will mean snow on the highest points of the route and blustery gales! Late April, May and June are absolutely lovely and the wild flowers are at their best. September is special as the landscape takes on its autumnal pallet of reds and golds, you can gather chestnuts in the south and the panoramic views have lazy late summer feeling, while we can get some spectacular thunderstorms rolling over. July and August can be very hot so you will have to start early to miss the heat of the day, although the towns are buzzing which is great.

Do I need to speak French?

Well you don’t need to but a Bonjour and a Merci will work wonders. We’ll give you a few useful phrases and words to help you along and if you get stuck an Ooh-La-La goes a long way!

What happens if I can't walk a stage?

You can pre-book transfers with the baggage transfer company. You can also use public transport or local taxis to shorten all of the walks.

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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  • Fun (8)
  • Great accommodations (8)
  • Once in a lifetime experience (6)

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4.0

Parfait!

By Sarah, the organizer

from San Francisco, California

About Me Avid Adventurer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Fun
  • Well Organised

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

    This trip was truly exceptional. By hiking to and through these small villages, and staying in small inns, we had experiences we would never have had any other way. We ate delicious Fromage aux Artisous du Velay (actually made with little mites in the rind), drank Vervain-du-Velay made with Verbena (which gives you crazy dreams), and drank our morning coffee out of bowls. We were put in situation where we really had to leverage our French, visited the Chateaux du Polignac on the day they were staging a reenactment of a siege on the castle, and found ourselves with the throngs of locals mesmerized by the Lumières du Puy-en-Velay, (an unforgettable light show on historical structures). The accommodations and baggage transfers were well done adn effortless. Truly an unforgettable experience.

     
    4.0

    Recommended!

    By Barbie

    from Norway

    About Me Curios traveler

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Great Accommodations
    • Well Organised

    Cons

    • Tiring

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

    Lots of (expected) changes in altitude but the views were worth the climbs; spectacular. May have been easier with walking poles.

     
    4.0

    Enjoyable and scenic walk

    By Bugs

    from Georgia USA

    About Me Occasional Traveller

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Fun
    • Once in a Lifetime Experience
    • Solitude and peaceful

    Cons

    • Accomadations were often very basic

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Relaxation
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

    The guide provided was dated and the trail has been changed quite a bit . The maps provided with explanatory notes were only in french . The food was very good throughout but the value of the accomadations was lacking .

     
    5.0

    A great walking experience

    By Lesley

    from Sydney, Australia

    About Me Avid Adventurer

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Once in a Lifetime Experience
    • Well Organised

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

        I did the complete Stevenson Trail with a friend Sept 29 - Oct 10, 2016. This is a great time to walk - pleasant temperatures with early morning chill, autumn colours, and we had just a few hours of rain on one day. The walking is a good physical challenge rewarded with magnificent scenery and views. We had very good - excellent accommodations and some wonderful meals of local produce, often shared with locals. We also enjoyed reading Stevenson's book and learning the history of the region as we walked. An experience to remember.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Stevenson's Trail Complete - Fantastic

        By John

        from London

        About Me Experienced walker, World Traveller

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Beautiful scenery
        • Great Accommodations
        • Once in a Lifetime Experience
        • Well Organised

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Adventure
          • Challenging
          • Holiday

          Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

          Stevenson's Trail is beautiful. Sometimes remote. It's quite mountainous, so needs some experience of steep climbs leading to breathtaking views. (Take walking poles!) The whole trip was extremely well organised by Mac's, as usual, and everything went smoothly. The accomodation and food varied, but was never poor. With Mac's you always get the feeling that you are given the best room available!

           
          4.0

          This is an amazing walk

          By Trish

          from East Sussex

          About Me World Traveller

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Fun
          • Great Accommodations
          • Meeting fellow walkers and practising french
          • Scenery fantastic and varied

          Cons

          • hiccup with one accomodation, different to notes
          • Homemade signs for chateau in Cavel
          • Incorrect route marking in Luc
          • route not always consistent with book supplied

          Best Uses

          • Holiday

          Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

          Overall a really good holiday but room for improvement with the local rep in france perhaps updating necessary signage and directions.

           
          5.0

          A Great Experience

          By Canadian couple

          from Canada

          About Me Retired, World Traveller

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • French Food
          • Fun
          • Good Well-marked Track
          • Interacting With Hosts
          • Meeting Other Walkers
          • Variety Of Countryside
          • Well Organised

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Holiday
            • Relaxation
            • Trying Something New

            Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

            Mac's provided local support and a rapid response to help us deal with a French train strike. All arrangements, accommodation and luggage delivery, worked as planned. Accommodation was sometimes excellent, generally good and always good enough given the region. The track was very well marked and easy to follow, but Mac's should provide the most recent edition (2014) of the French guide book, as there have been a few track changes. The track was not too difficult, but at 20km a day you need to be used to walking.

             
            4.0

            Stevensons Trail without the hardships that Stevenson had

            By Gezstar

            from Wales

            Pros

            • Great Accommodations
            • Once in a Lifetime Experience
            • Well Organised

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Holiday
              • Trying Something New

              Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

              Everything was well organised and went pretty much like clockwork. The accommodation was varied, interesting, and good. Even in the Hotel l'Arche at Le-Bouchet-St-Nicholas which is right on a main road the room booked was a quiet one at the back and with a great view. The only slight criticism I can think of is that it wasnt made quite clear in the fairly limited notes about the route which of various options were assumed when distances were quoted.

               
              5.0

              Beautiful Stevenson Trail

              By Marg the Lead Booker

              from Perth, Australia

              About Me Active Traveller, World Traveller

              Pros

              • Active Holiday
              • Once in a Lifetime Experience
              • Well Organised

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Independent Activity
                • Seeing Something New
                • Trying Something New

                Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

                Thank you Macs Adventures! We made our booking after reading an article in our local West Australian newspaper. With our booking we received comprehensive information and instructions which we found to be perfect guides for us as we walked. We were thoroughly impressed with all aspects of the 5 day trail we completed - the beautiful and varied scenery, the perfectly adequate rural accommodation, the quality of nearly all the food, the efficiency of the transport and baggage transport and the whole experience. We have all travelled extensively, particularly in Europe, and this experience exceeded all our expectations.

                 
                5.0

                Well worth it - walk the entire tril

                By Pat C

                from Fife, Scotland

                About Me Lover Of The Outdoors, Occasional Traveller

                Pros

                • Fun
                • Good Food
                • Great Accommodations
                • Meeting Other Walkers
                • Well Organised

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Holiday
                  • Trying Something New

                  Comments about macs adventure Stevenson's Trail Complete:

                  The accommodation was varied and interesting. we stayed in a French Chateau and a Castle. Everyone we met was very friendly despite the fact we do not speak French.

                  The food was plain and simple and well cooked. Our non meat eating was accommodated.

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