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Walking in the Languedoc: 32 Routes in Haute Languedoc (Cicerone Guide) Paperback – 7 Nov 2007
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About the Author
Having spent many a family vacation trudging the damp footpaths of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales, John Cross decided in 1989 to buy a holiday home in the Languedoc, near Beziers. For the next ten years he spent much of his spare time exploring the Languedoc hills and mountains on foot and by bike. Finally, in 1999, he and his wife, Sarah, gave up their jobs as headteachers to live in the Languedoc full time. John is now working as a freelance translator.
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I am no novice when it comes to hiking, but I did doubt my abilities to follow what surely ought to have been simple instructions after failing to reach the end of the first two walks as guided by Mr Cross. I was then joined by a friend who tracks wild game in Africa for a living. We got half way into one walk; renamed the author John Double-Cross, stuffed the book in a back pocket and carried on of our own accord with brows freed of furrows.
On reaching a rocky summit with no trails up or down, being told to turn "half left" is, to put it politely, not helpful. Being told to go straight ahead on reaching the fork in the track is, quite simply, nonsensical. Taking into account the author is a translator, one page dedicated to a glossary of terms may also have been a worthwhile addition.
To reiterate, this is a very useful book to get you to some beautiful areas. But my advice is: Once parked up - leave the book on the dashboard.
Walk 10 to Caroux - Table d'Orientation is lovely, especially with the exciting opportunities for rock climbing at the conclusion!"
This book is a must for anyone who wants to explore the area on foot.
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