Below is a list of our personal walks, including those we have completed with our walking club, CazalRando. They actually live on the Openrunner website and what you see here is a view onto that website.

Sort the list: You can sort the list by clicking on any of the headings.

Display a walk: Clicking on a walk in the list will display it on a France IGN map below the list. You can zoom in and out of the map using your mouse wheel or the + – buttons on the map, and you can drag the map with your mouse.

Elevation profile: Below the map, you can see the elevation profile. The Distance heading data shows the distance of the walk in km, the climb (D+) and the descent (D-) in metres. The elevation profile is also animated. You can drag the red vertical line across the profile and see your position change on the IGN map as a red dot.

Downlaod the walk: If you have a suitable gps device, you can download the walk as a gpx file by clicking the link at the bottom of the map.

Clicking on the link at the top of the map will take you to the walk on the Openrunner website. There you can display the map in Googlemaps, France IGN (Topo France) and a number of other base maps. Openrunner is a free site but to use the France IGN maps you will need to purchase a subscription. You can also print the map and elevation profile, download the .gpx file for a GPS, and read the details about the walk. If you create your own account in Openrunner, you can also create and save your own routes and set various preferences for your personal use. It’s a brilliant free resource.