Back to top

Looking for tips and riders in the Dorgogne region of France and Alpe du Huez

Warmshowers Forums Disabled

Dear Warmshowers Community, we know this is a time of concern for everyone around the globe due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  In an effort to streamline communication and better address the current needs of our community in a timely manner, we are temporarily disabling the forums and directing everyone to the Warmshowers Facebook Group. This will allow the Warmshowers Community a centralized place for comments, questions, and concerns related to touring and hosting. As always, we ask that you follow our community guidelines when posting.

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Warmshowers.org/

Please note: For technical questions see our FAQ's to address your question or use the Contact Us form for technical support ONLY.  We will not be providing any information on travel or hosting requests through the Contact Us form.

2 posts / 0 new
Última mensagem
Membro WS Foto de Membro WS
Looking for tips and riders in the Dorgogne region of France and Alpe du Huez

My wife and I are coming to the Dordogne region of France the first week of September. I have some preliminary ideas of towns and lodging but I would love to talk with locals and or others who have toured this region. I will need good route maps and it would be great if we could find some locals or other tourists to ride with.

Sept 10-13 we will drive across france to Alpe du huez and climb this legend on our tandem.

Suggestions?

Unregistered Foto de anon_user
dordogne

send your email address to balthazarw@gmail.com. I think I have a summary of 10 great days in Dordogne/Lot region in 2004(?) - we did bikes on auto and cycled out of cheap hotels and hostels rather than touring. One of the best times of my life.

Used Michelin and (IGN?) road maps. Plenty of detail. Michelin shows incline % with >, >>, >>> signs. Alp D'Huez will be >>>>, I guess.