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|July 14 2006||Contributor: Simon|
Thanks for such a well-put-together site.
It's a shame that the Chartreuse are so little known to English-speaking walkers.
I lived in the area for a number of years and discovered the walks thru getting to know locals (over the same time period).
Now everyone has the same opportunity, right off the web.
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|June 06 2006||Contributor: Dr Laurent Ch‚tel|
I was most impressed by the quality of your website which served as a reminder to me of the lasting interest in the Grande Chartreuse well after the eighteenth century. I have just completed a hommage to Beckford's interest for the Desert: he influenced two British artists, John Robert Cozens and J.M.Turner, whose visual accounts of the Chartreuse aread are breathtaking.
May I suggest that you turn to Transversalit
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|March 20 2006||Contributor: Rachael|
What an excellent site. I am British and have a house in Entremont Le Vieux. It's a wonderful unspoilt place which has very few English speaking locals. The roads etc have had lots of improvements recently & look forward to seeing more English people also enjoying this beautiful area.
|September 28 2005||Contributor: Chris Holloway|
Thank you what a great site! We will be in Grenoble in January and will be looking at doing some walking then.
I was in that area cycling 20 years ago and promised that I would go back, now I am!!!
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