What else to do in Europe (other than climbing)?

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by MountaingirlBC » Wed Apr 16, 2008 8:26 pm

Whatever we do we will end up in Chamonix on the 26th and from there I'll be hiking & climbing for the next 2 weeks so I expect to have lots of time to geek out on rocks. Dinosaur tracks sound super cool so I'll have to make sure I work those in somewhere.

I'm in northeastern France for a week starting on June 12th. The following week is what I'm looking for suggestions for. Then I'm climbing from the 27th - July 11th.... exactly where will depend on snow levels and conditions.

Chillaxing on a beach is starting to sound pretty good too although I know myself well enough to know that I can't actually sit on the beach and do nothing for more than few hours so beaches with cool villages and other stuff to do sound like a good bet.

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by snowflake » Wed Apr 16, 2008 8:34 pm

You could learn to play boules with the old men at the village green.

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by papyours » Thu Apr 17, 2008 7:33 am

for the dinos, see here some info ( sorry but in french ... but the maps and pictures will be ok ! )


http://www.randos-montblanc.com/pages/a ... sson2.html

in any case, enjoy you trip !


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