Day 1) Anduze – Colognac 5 h 30
2 ) Colognac – Mas Corbières 4 h 45
3 ) Mas Corbières – Aire de Côte 5 h
4) Aire de Côte - Barre des Cévennes 7 h
5) Barre des Cévennes - Les Ayres 7 h
6 ) Les Ayres - Les Aigladines 6 h
7 ) Les Aigladines - Anduze 5 h
( strong walkers might consider combining days 2 and 3 taking about 8 h )
The tourist Office in Anduze offers a special part containing IGN maps and a photocopy of the topoguide for 28 euros .
You can also get futher information about aspects of the walk from Sebastien at the Gîte d’Etape d’Anduze. Tel : +33 (0)4 66 61 70 27
The GR67 Tour des Cévennes is a 140 kms long trail which begins and ends in Anduze, where you’ll find a welcoming base at the Gîte d’Etape d’Anduze. The Cevennes National park is classified as a World Biosphere Reserve since 1985. The park runs along open ridges and through many forests while also following ancient drove roads . It rises to a height of 1120 metres. Although there are few sustained ascents, but there is a considerable amount of up and down, making this a fairly demanding route.
Accomodation can be found many gites d’etape throughout the route. These Gites usually offer evening meals and breakfast at around 40 euros per person though several have self-catering facilities.