Walking Dordogne will spend the coming months exploring more of this area, no trails here, but some very exciting prehistoric shelters / overhangs have been mapped by Walking Dordogne’s Duke.
I was exploring before I was walking. I am happiest doing anything outdoors, but hiking and exploring off the beaten tracks is my favorite past time. My roaming grounds are The Vezere Valley, Dordogne. It's a very special place, and everyday is an exploration...
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The Trail of Wild Garlic is a MUST for the “Spiritual” hiker, who will definitely appreciate the very strong and wonderful vibes that radiate from this amazing and sacred area.
Forgotten Glory is a hiking adventure taking you back to the Medieval times to some the lost and forgotten hamlets and farms that were deserted during the plaque of 1348
This could easily be the adventure of a lifetime, or your worst nightmare. Three things are certain on this hike, you will get wet, you will get dirty and you have an unforgettable time, that you will fondly look back on for the rest of your life.
This amazing journey takes you on a real exciting and fascinating journey back in time. You will get to see 5 ORIGINAL illegal ovens still tucked away.
Going Underground was added to our list just 2 years ago, and it was a direct hit. The reason it is so popular, is because it combines the best section of “Ode to the…
On this adventure we manage to take you back to both the Prehistoric times and Medieval times of how it was in Les Eyzies de Tayac.
Ode to the Neanderthal has been our most popular hike since we launched it about 5 ago. This hike offers everything Prehistoric you could wish for, such as caves, caves, shelters, caves, troglodytes and caves and…
We follow an ancient track that cuts through the gorge. Here you will see the largest Prehistoric Overhang in Europe. We will venture into some hidden and unmapped caves and shelters, you will also explore the ruins of a Templars Hospital, an ancient sacrafice spot, excellent views and lots more
Highligts on this trip are numerous caves, some excellent troglodytes, an amazing rock ledge and shelters, fantastic views of the Vezere Valley and a ruined village, left behind hundreds of years ago.