A Walking Guide to the Massif de la Chartreuse

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Site Updated August 2016 191
July 30 2016 Contributor: Webmaster

The Webmaster writes:

This is just to say that the site has recently undergone a major update.

1. A new route has been added to the L'Aulp du Seuil section (Lance Sud de Malissard from Perquelin).

2. A new route has been added to the Alpe section (Le Pinet from La Plagne).

3. A new route has been added to Chamechaude (Pas de l'Arche)

4. The route up Charmant Som route from the west has been improved.

5. The route up to the Alpe from the Trou du Saignerie has been improved.

6. An index of walks has been added.

7. Many minor modifications have been made, and photographs added.

Le Jardin, Chamechaude 189
July 25 2015 Contributor: Johan van de Kuijl

Hi,

Thanks for your excellent route described on http://www.braemoor.co.uk/chartreusejardin.shtml

I enjoyed it very much. The views were superb! I had breakfast at the Jardin and it was a beautiful silent place. Thanks again.

Regards, Johan.

The Webmaster writes:

Hello, Johan

I'm delighted that you enjoyed it. It's one of my favourite walks, too.

Site Updated July 2014 186
July 3 2014 Contributor: Webmaster

The Webmaster writes:

This is just to say that the site has recently undergone a major update.

1. A new route has been added to the l'Aulp du Seuil section (Pas Ragris and the Passage de l'Aup du Seuil).

2. The route up Grand Som from la Correrie has been updated following changes in the sign posting.

3. More photographs have been added.

4. Many minor modifications have been made.

5. MOBI and EPUB versions of the website suitable for e-readers are now available.

This site pointed me in a new direction 185
April 17 2014 Contributor: Maurits Paardekooper

Thank you making all these walks available through your website.

I was looking for new inspiration for hiking in France. I stumbled upon this website and started reading.
Your great description of the walks with the maps got me excited and I decided to go and check them out.
I ended up spending a total of six weeks in 2013 on campsite La Martinière and had the best hiking holiday ever. I normally wouldn't stay anywhere longer than 10 days, but thanks to all the great walks published on this website the Chartreuse became my secretive alpine playground in 2013. It is great waking up in the morning on La Martinière and look at the summits around you and to know that there is a possibility to get to every top in sight. What a place.

I wasn't able to do all the walks in 2013 that I had on my list, so I will have to go back. I will return to the Chartreuse many times!

Thanks again for pointing me in this direction.

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