The Regordane Way
The Regordane way (or GR 700) links the Puy-en-Velay to Saint-Gilles.
This trek will take you down the Velay hills and its volcanic plateau before plunging into the beauty of the Cevennes and the slopes of the Margeride, then lead you into the Camargue region by crossing the town of Alès and Nîmes.
The Regordane Way is an ancient path that was not only an important place for human exchanges or seasonal migration of livestock, but it was also a spiritual path and place for sharing ideas. Numerous men and women have walked the Regordane Way over the centuries: merchants, warriors, resistant fighters.
Nowadays, the Regordane Way embodies a journey through History and legends that are part of these regions but it is also a great journey into the preserved authentic landscapes of France.
- Nine days of trekking are necessary to complete the Regordane Way: during your trek, you will find spots for eating and sleeping that will make your journey more comfortable.
You can buy a hiker’s guidebook of the Regordane Way at the Tourist Information Centre or ask for a free practical guide of the Regordane route.