The following walks are proposed for the five Thursdays in the month ahead.
- on 2nd November Jenny will lead a walk from St Jean de la Blaquiere up to the dolmen.
- on 16th November Dorine will lead a walk between Belbezet and La Defriche.
- Andrew will lead an all-day walk from St Guilhem around Les Fenestrettes. This is a long walk involving a significant climb (400 m) up to the cliffs overlooking St Guilhem.
- We are planning a walk of about 6 km from Lamalou-les-Bains, but the precise route has not yet been explored.
- The walk from Octon to lake Salagou, which we have done several times before.
The actual order of the undated walks will depend on the weather. As always, there will be a specific announcement of the details of each walk.
Heavy rain is expected on Wednesday and Thursday this week, so for the moment we are not proposing a walk. If there is a significant change in the forecast we may propose a local walk.
Because of absences and other commitments for the leaders, no walks will be proposed for the next few weeks. Occasional walks may be announced in the usual way, and there will certainly be a general resumption, no later than the beginning of September.
Enjoy your summer.
Following the recent hot weather we have taken the decision to switch to the earlier start time of 9:00 – summer timing.
Starting on Jun 1st we will meet at 8:50 for departure at 9:00 – until further notice!
The following walks are proposed for the next few weeks.
- An easy walk of about 6 km to Canals on the Guilhaumard Plateau – we should catch the late orchids.
- Anabelle will lead a walk of about 9 km in the forest at Nogaret, near Roqueredonde.
- An all-day long walk, probably the recently re-opened circuit from Pegairolles up to the Escalette and back via Camp Rouch.
As usual, any proposals for later walks will be most welcome.
All the usual walk organisers are away this year, so we will not be able to offer our usual pre- and post-Christmas/Boxing Day stroll.
Seasons greetings to all, and the walks will recommence on Thursday 5th January 2017.
With the cooler weather we will propose a few more strenuous walks over the next few weeks, all with significant climbs. These will probably include:
- Pic de Vissou – this climbs about 200m to the windy peak overlooking Cabrieres.
- L’Estagnol from the Herault Gorge – about 250m climbing on very stony paths.
- Cirque du Bout du Monde – a circuit from Gourgas, led by Jenny.
As usual, any other suggestions for walks are always welcome.