Tour 17s4    

France, The Causses

The tour leader is Peter England

Peter has been running Highscape Cycle tours for twenty years, and for the last ten has organised self-led tours on behalf of CTC. His experience of organising small group tours dates back to the late 1980s. He is familiar with the areas of France and most of the routes of the tours he organises.

Phone: 01628 473300

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Peter's other tours listed below.

  France, Auvergne        no places, dep. 15th Mayed 16s2 
  France, Causses to Pyrénées        no places, dep. 15th Mayed 16s3 
  France, The Causses        no places, dep. 15th Mayed 16s4 
  France, Vivarais to Causses        no places, dep. 15th Mayed 16s5 
  France, Provence & Southern Alps        no places, dep. 1st Juned 16s1 
  France, Provence & Southern Alps          (spaces available)  3+ 
25th June 2017 (Sun) - 30th September 2017 : £1100
Enthusiast + ABTOT   
Moving-on, Self-guided  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Carry own luggage
Through the Vercors to Mont Ventoux and the Vaucluse. East across the Durance Valley to Barcelonnette, from where you cross the high cols of the Southern Alps, heading south to the Verdon Canyon, the Haut Var and the Luberon. 14 nights.
Leader: Peter EnglandRef: 17s1
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  France, Causse to Espinouse          (spaces available)  3   
9th September 2017 (Sat) - 23rd September 2017 : 15 days£1180
Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on, Rest days  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Carry own luggage
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE START DATE IS DIFFERENT TO THAT IN CYCLE. From the Mediterranean near Montpellier climb onto the Grands Causses (High Limestone Plateaux) and explore the gorges cut by the Tarn, Jonte and Dourbie rivers before moving on to the scenically contrasting Espinouse Mountains.
Leader: Peter EnglandRef: 1750
 Edit Tour: 1750   +     Price    State    Tour No.    Leader: Peter England    T.E.D.

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