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An interesting, beautiful, and historically-important mountain range, the Vercors roughly forms the western wall of the Agglomeration Grenobloise. But high above the city, it’s nature that reigns supreme. I visited during winter and went snowshoeing up steep, snowy mountain trails — it was physically demanding,...More
We only passed through the Vercors on the way south but we wanted to visit, knowing some of the history of WW2. The scenery is stunning and the area would take weeks to explore properly. If staying we would have tried to find somewhere away...More
We highly recommend Grotte de Choranche and the drive there via Villard-de-Lans (take D1532 and D531 to Villard-de-Lans). The scenery along the road is really beautiful. Unlike all other caves we had been to, Choranche cave has a few unique characteristics: it’s length, the clear...More
I always like to go France because I always enjoying. The view and the river because it is pretty with mountains and seeing places to. I always like Downtown France just to see other places what I like and I'm gonna put five rates because...More