Stevenson road

"Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes"|Photo Alès CévennesIn the footsteps of the author Robert Louis Stevenson|On the Stevenson road near du viaduc de Mirandol|Photo HavangThe Stevenson trail not far from the peak of Finiels|Photo AncalgonThe mont Lozère|Photo Michel VerdierRobert Louis Stevenson at the age of 26|

Themes : nature, relaxation, horse, hiking

The path of Stevenson is the name given to the great hiking trail in reference to the course carried out in the company of a donkey through the Cévennes, by Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson. In 1879 he published "travels with a donkey in the Cevennes. The itinerary allows hikers to follow the footsteps of this love adventurer of the France.

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Chemin de Stevenson
Cet itinéraire est proposé par l’agence de voyages CHEMINS DE FRANCE située en Auvergne et spécialisée en randonnée pédestre. ...
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Le Puy-en-Velay
The Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-France the eleventh century and cloister are classified in the world heritage of the UNESCO. The rocher Corneille on which stands the monumental statue of Notre-Dame de France overlooking 130 metres. The old town of le Puy-en-Velay has retained pretty old houses.
Medieval and Renaissance formerly fortified, Pradelles is classified "Plus Beaux Villages de France". Witnesses of his prosperous era, the mansions noble stone walls and arches, whose high facades are erected against the Cevennes gusts.
Saint-Jean-du-Gard is located at the foot of the Cévennes corniche, in the Gard region not far from Alès and Nîmes, crossed by the Gardon of Saint John.