In 1993, the French Hiking Federation signposted the Stevenson trail from Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille to Saint-Jean-du-Gard. It was baptised the GR 70 on the French hiking network. In order to make this historic trail more accessible, the Stevenson trail was later extended to Puy-en-Velay at the beginning and to Alès at the other end.

 

Teams of volunteers from the three Departmental Hiking Committees (Haute-Loire, Lozère, Gard) maintain the signposting all along the trail: a big thank you to them all!

The French federation also publishes a topographical guide, an essential tool for walkers, which can be complemented by the 1/25 000 scale IGN maps.

Guides and maps:

             
Couverture Topo 2015  

Topo-guide
The Stevenson trail – GR70

Reference 700

Published by FFRandonnée and Chamina
5th edition - June 2015

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Carte IGN 2016 chemin Stevenson

 

IGN maps

- 1/25 000 scale: references (from the north to the south of the trail):
Maps 2735 E
2736 E , 2836 OT
2737 E
2738 E, 2738 O
2739 OT
2741 ET, 2840 OT, 2740 ET

See the trail with the relative map references

- 1/100 000 scale: n° 156 and 163

www.ign.fr

- 1/100 000 scale:
IGN new tourist map of the Stevenson trail!

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GPS
Nature and technology are not incompatible...


Download the digitized route of Stevenson path here.

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Departmental Hiking Committees:

Haute-Loire :
Tel. : +33 (0)4 71 04 15 95
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www.rando-hauteloire.fr

 

Ardèche:
Tél: +33 (0)4 75 30 57 38
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Web site CDRP 07

Lozère :

Tel. : +33 (0)4 66 69 61 72
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Web site CDRP 48

 

Gard :
Tel. +33 (0)4 66 74 08 15
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http://gard.ffrandonnee.fr

   
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