The guidebook of the chemin de Saint Guilhem appeared in 2009 from an idea of the Départemental hiking committee of Lozère and the Gard. (creators : Allain Bastide and Philippe Chambon). The chemin de Saint Guilhem™ has been kept on as the walking part of the Long Hiking Trails crossing the Massif -Central > From volcanos to the sea.

4834 Topoguide GR – FFRandonnée – LE CHEMIN DE SAINT GUILHEM-LE-DÉSERT

FFR

The FFRandonnée, with its 200 000 members and its 20 000 volunteers, insure the upkeep and sustainability of a network of 65 000 km of GR (Grande Randonnées, = Long Hiking Trails) and GR de Pays (GRP) just as 115 000 km PR (Promenades et Randonnées = Walking and Hiking Trails). This makes, in total, a network of 180 000 km recognised and maintained by some 6000 volunteer signal posters who are members of the Federation. Recognised on a national level by the ministries of sports, ecology and tourism, it is also a member of the National Olympic Sporting Committee. It organises an eco-watch of the state of the paths by teams from the associations and local committees.

 

ALL GUARDIANS OF NATURE SPORTS

The FFRP can also insure you if you take out a federal licence that would give you the right to assistance and training. It sends out a trimestrial publication :

Passion rando

 

SECURICATE allows you to indicate the problems you might encounter during your sporting or nature based activities. Be a player for the quality of your practice ground!

A mistake in signs, a faulty signpost, a pollution problem, a need for security, a conflict with a landowner or other users : fill out the form online, indicate the location, the problem and click Send.

 

Maps IGN

2637OT St Chely d’Apcher
2537OT Nasbinals
2538OT Sainte-Eulalie-d’Olt
2539E Sévérac-le-château
2640OT Gorges du Tarn
2641ET Mont Aigoual
2642ET St Guilhem-le-désert