The Languedoc has for too long been in the shadow of Provence. Sharing the same Mediterranean climate and vegetation, it is a quiet, beautiful place which retains more than a hint of the old France.
Within this little known area, the High Languedoc mountains offer wonderful scenery and excellent walking. Although remote, the area is well provided with footpaths on which it is rare to see another person all day. The region is full of variety, with limestone scenery to the north and east; gentle, heavily wooded foothills further south; and the warm Mediterranean plain with its lush vineyards, The book provides walks of hikers of all standards. And, being France, a fine dinner awaits you at the end of the day.
-31 circular routes (6 to 20Km in length), all graded for difficulty.
-Includes the Espinouse massif (containing the summits of Espinouse, Somail and Caroux, all just over 1000m), the Lac du Salagou and the Hérault river valley.