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    The hiker's documentation

    Here is a list of short guides that will give you valuable advice as you hike around our region.

    (These documents are available in French only).

    The hiker's documentation


     

    Aubrac-Laguiole short hiking guides: Eighteen hiking sheets covering the Aubrac-Laguiole region. The set of eighteen sheets €6 or €1 each (on sale at the Aubrac-Laguiole Tourist Office and in bookshops).

     

    Short guide on the Road to Santiago de Compostela and the Le Puy Route via the GR 65 (Le Puy - Aubrac - Conques - Figeac). Published by FFRP. (ref. 651) €16.20 (on sale in bookshops).

     

    Short guide Tour of the Monts d'Aubrac: A short guide published by the French Pedestrian Hiking Federation (FFRP) (ref. 616). €15.50 (on sale at the Aubrac-Laguiole Tourist Office and in bookshops).

     

    Short guide on the Pilgrim Route to Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert (Lozère-Aveyron-Gard-Hérault). Ed. FFRP. (ref 4834) €15.20 (on sale in bookshops).

     

    Short guide on the Aubrac, published by Chamina: A guide covering 45 short hiking circuits and nine short walks in the Aubrac. One- to six-hour loops shown on a background of IGN maps with description of routes and specific mountain-biking indications. Themed pages. €15.50 (on sale at the Aubrac-Laguiole Tourist Office and in bookshops).

     

    The Aubrac, CDRP (Pedestrian Hiking Departmental Committees) of the Aveyron: 24 walks and hikes on foot, on a mountain bike or on horseback. Wide-open spaces, beech forests and pastures, castles and burons and also gastronomy and crafts are the milestones on your itinerary. Loops of 1.1/4 hours to six hours. €7 (on sale at the Aubrac-Laguiole Tourist Office and in bookshops).

     

    The Averyon on foot: Fifty walks and hikes, equestrian and mountain biking, in the Aveyron department. Short guide from the FFRP. (ref. D012). €14.70 (on sale in bookshops).

     

    Other information can be found on the site of the Pedestrian Hiking Departmental Committee http://aveyron.jimdo.com/