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French are coast road ?

G.V

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Hi, me and a friend are planning to do the walk at the end of April and we would like to know what is the best route between the french Road and the Coast road. Thanks !
 
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Well, you could use the GR10, but it is strenuous. I walked with a donkey, and we used a judicious mixture of the GTC (horse track -grande traversée cheval ) and minor roads and lanes. The gtc largely follows the GR10 but is usually wider and not so high (sometimes they co-incide) Orange waymarking, but the marking is rather sparse. Not many places to stay near either track, until you get close to Hendaye.
 
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