Tag: cycling the Canal du Midi

My Favorite Cycling Destinations In France, 2013

2013 was really an incredible bicycling year for me, with many new destinations and cycling experiences.  Reflecting back on the year, I wanted to share some of my favorites with you.  Perhaps one or more of my favorites will inspire your trip planning for the upcoming year!  So here is my list of my favorite

Cycling In France: Best Photos of 2014

I have so many things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving:  my family, my health, my friends, the opportunities I have to bicycle in France, finishing my first e-book, A Weekend Trip From Blois to Chambord, and last but not least, the ever growing number of great bike paths in France!  For the last week,

Cycling The South of France: Things I Loved the Most

You can get really spoiled spending three weeks bicycling in Languedoc and Provence! I got up every morning knowing that I was the luckiest person in the world to be exploring the bicycle routes of one of the most beautiful parts of France. From the hill towns of Provence to the famous locks along the

Would I Recommend Bicycling The Canal Du Midi? Part II

As mentioned in my last post on this topic, I have struggled with this question, as there are so many wonderful things to enjoy along the Canal du Midi.  But there are some problems with the condition of the towpath that are difficult to overlook. On the one hand, there are segments of the route

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Would I Recommend Bicycling The Canal Du Midi? Part I

Yes. No. Maybe. Only under the following circumstances…. How could such a simple question be so complicated? I’ve tried answering this question for the last 3 weeks since returning from France and I still can’t give you a simple yes or no. To help you understand why I’m conflicted, let’s take a look at some