STEVE AND CAROLE IN VENCE

Hiking

To be honest, I never really did a lot of hiking in the US. I did a lot of walking, but not a lot of hiking in the countryside. About five years ago I joined the AVF, an organization that helps newcomers adjust to a new town. One of the many activities they offer is hiking. They have four different levels. I liked the idea of exploring the French countryside so I started hiking with them and I’ve been hooked every since. The opportunities around our area are endless: mountain hikes, coastal hikes, rural hikes, you name it. Here I’ll post information about hikes I do with the AVF and also hikes that I do on my own.

I rate the hikes in one of six categories: Very Easy, Easy, Moderate, Somewhat Difficult, Difficult, Very Difficult.

Steve and Carole in Vence - Hiking Cap Martin

Hiking Cap Martin

Steve and Carole in Vence - Hiking From Vence to Saint-Paul de Vence

Hiking from Vence to Saint-Paul de Vence

Steve and Carole in Vence - Lac Nègre

Hiking to Lac Nègre

Steve and Carole in Vence - Gourdon

Cap d’Ail

Steve and Carole In Vence - Sentier de la Brague

Sentier De La Brague

Steve and Carole In Vence - Chemin de Nietzsche

Chemin De Nietzsche

Steve and Carole In Vence - Hiking On Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

Steve And Carole In Vence - Le Chemin du Paradis To Gourdon

Le Chemin Du Paradis To Gourdon

Steve And Carole In Vence - Cap d'Antibes

Cap D’Antibes