Travel New breathtaking hiking trail in the south of France

15:09  12 may  2018
15:09  12 may  2018 Source:   easyvoyage.co.uk

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Below are 30 fantastic hiking trails that will challenge, beguile and enthuse even the most novice hikers ! Remaining in France , the GR20 trail in Corsica is a legendary hike spanning 168km (104 miles). On New Zealand’s South Island there is the far less demanding Routeburn Track, which

The Fiord land National Park has diversified options for Hiking Trails . It is locates on the South Island of New Zealand. This place gives you a breathtaking view of the beautiful landscapes but the adventure is full of struggle as it The GR20 is a very old hiking trail situated in Corsica, France .

Called the Grand Sentier de la Côte Bleue, or the Big Blue Coast Trail, this picturesque hiking trail spreads across 62 kilometers.

Operating from May between Marseille and Martigues it boasts breathtaking views of little French villages, seaside coves, cliff sides and hills along the way.

Embark on a new hiking trail in the south of France© Provided by Webedia SAS Embark on a new hiking trail in the south of France

The trail will start at Le Rove in Marseille and it offers the most beautiful sea views as it continues to Martigues.

One advantage, according to the Lonely Planet, is that the new route will connect with around 17 hikes of between 6km and 24km in length that are already in existence. This makes the hike more appealing to a range of hikers as they can choose shorter or longer routes.

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1. Tour de Mont Blanc – France , Italy & Switzerland. This trail is the mother of all trails , a hiker ’s dream come true. P.S. For more breathtaking views from movies, which inspire to travel more, check out this list of This trail passes through the Black Forest in South West Germany and links Basel with Pforzheim. We hope you will have a new and fun hiking experience in the near future!

Take a walk in the Haute Route, a trail that has enough routes to keep you hiking for two weeks. This trek, though, will be all worth it because it lets you experience the real wonder of the South American continent with its breathtaking sceneries.

It will also be attractive to holidaymakers as each loop is accessible by train. The trail has been designed to link in with existing railway tracks and stations.

As reported by the Lonely Planet, the work took two years of just planning the route, which will be signposted with blue arrows.

One attraction for nature and botany-lovers is that more than 600 species of plants have been identified along the trail, 59 of which are protected and 16 that are under threat of dying out.

A map of the new Grand Sentier de la Côte Bleue route will be available to print from the Bouches-du-Rhône tourist information website from the beginning of May.

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