GR700 - Chemin de Régordane


  1. Name GR700 - Chemin de Régordane (GR700)
  2. Length of trail 242 km, 150 miles
  3. Length in days 12 days
  4. Start of trail Puy-en-Velay
  5. End of trail Saint Gilles
  6. Traildino grading EW, Easy walk, nature trail

GR700, Le Puy en Velay

Chemin de Régordane, Voie régordane, Chemin de St Gilles, Puy-en-Velay - Saint Gilles, 242 km, 12 days

The Regordane or St Gilles Way in Auvergne and Languedoc (GR700), is originally a medieval pilgrimage route. It runs from Saint Gilles to Le Puy en Velay.

The FFRP created a marked hiking route using the old way, and printed a topoguide.

This way is an attractive alternative route to Santiago de Compostela. The normal way to the apostle's city is the GR65 to Ostabat.

Visit Traildino's overview page for the Way of Saint James / Camino de Santiago.

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La Régordane, 14km
Chemin de Rgordane, 0.7km


United Kingdom
  • Le chemin de Régordane - Chemin de Saint-Gilles
  • GR700: Le Chemin Régordane: Le-Puy-en-Velay - St-Gilles-du Gard, FFRP topo-guide ref. no. 7000, one of the titles from an extensive series of light, high quality, A5 paperback guides to the Sentiers de Grande Randonnée, the GR routes, a dense network of long-distance footpaths across the French countryside. Each topo-guide covers either a... Read more
De Zwerver
  • Wandelgids - Pelgrimsroute (kaart) 161 Chemins de Compostelle | Michelin
  • Heel handzaam boekje met de kaarten voor de route van Le Puy en Velay naar St-Jean-Pied-de-Port. Met praktische informatie zoals overnachtingsplekken, stadsplattegronden, grafieken van landschap, km-traject per pagina met de ingetekende route. Voor de rest van de route naar Santiago kunt u Michelin kaartgids 160 gebruiken Read more
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  • David Lewis 2012-08-31 18:29:38
  • Winter on the GR700
  • Can anyone advise the conditions (snow, ice etc) on the trail in January and if accommodation is available out of season?
    • Henk Nouws 2012-09-05 21:15:41
    • David, the risk of snow in this area should be taken serious, because it is at high altitude >800 m. In other regions in France - not particularly this region - the gîtes and hotels were indeed closed out of season. But if you need a good advice, you should contact the people at Regordane Info; check the link on this page.
    • David Lewis 2012-09-06 16:34:04
    • Many thanks Henk. I have asked the same question of Regordane Info but I think your answer tells me enough that it might not be possible at this time. Perhaps one for springtime. David
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