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We arrived at around 11:00 - and the main carpark was already full (necessitating parking on the side of the access road, with many others...) - We took the 21 Trail, which was varied and enjoyable, even on an overcast day. Eating at the L'Hospice...More
A must visit if you come to Luchon. A paradise at the end of a steep windy road. River us perfect for a paddle. Choose to walk or not or like us have a brilliant crepe and tarte de mirtelle! Yum. Go to this place.☺
The hike from hospice de France to Etangs de la Frèche is well marked (yellow labels). Nice view from up there, after ~700m positive elevation. Then it's possible to go higher: follow a stream (there are some blue marks on rocks), then in the grass...More
My boyfriend and I drove up to l'Hospice de France yesterday morning and did a lovely walk up to the Col de Glere. Beautiful, cool woodland path to start opening up into the lush green valley with stunning mountain views. The walks are varied and...More
Not far from Bagneres-de-Luchon if you have a car (or a good bike), and so worthwhile. We didn't go into the Hospice itself, but the trails are well marked, and the mountains so lush and beautiful that the trails demand to be followed! Some short,...More
We didn't stay at Hospice de France but we did have a yummy 'chocolat chaud' after our hike, made with Luchon artisan chocolate. We did Hike #23 counter clockwise crossing over the Port Vénasque, traversing along the Spanish border along the backside, crossing over the...More
Ended up here by accident. Had met a couple the night before who said this was the best hiking they had done in their life. We were planning for an early start on our motorcycles, but went up to Hospice de France first, and had...More