Chemin de Stevenson (3/4) : La Bastide-Puylaurent, Le Bleymard, Le Pont-de-Montvert, Florac

Traduction française : fr
Gare de La Bastide-Puylaurent Forêt après La Bastide-Puylaurent
"Thence, over a hill, our way lay through a naked plateau, until we reached Chasseradès at sundown."
Landes Chabalier Chasseradès Chasseradès : église
"At last the path crossed the Chassezac upon a bridge, and, forsaking this deep hollow, set itself to cross the mountain of Le Goulet."
Viaduc du Mirandol Village abandonné de Serreméjean Source du Lot
"In front of me I saw a shallow valley, and beyond that the range of the Lozère, sparsely wooded and well enough modelled in the flanks, but straight and dull in outline."
Avant Le Bleymard, vue vers le mont Lozère  Le Bleymard Station de ski du mont Lozère
"The track that I had followed in the evening soon died out, and I continued to follow over a bald turf ascent a row of stone pillars, such as had conducted me across the Goulet."
Mont Lozère : montjoie
"The Lozère lies nearly east and west, cutting Gévaudan into two unequal parts; its highest point, this Pic de Finiels, on which I was then standing, rises upwards of five thousand six hundred feet above the sea, and in clear weather commands a view over all lower Languedoc to the Mediterranean Sea."
Mont Lozère : sommet de Finiels Mont Lozère : vue nord
"In that undecipherable labyrinth of hills, a war of bandits, a war of wild beasts, raged for two years between the Grand Monarch with all his troops and marshals on the one hand, and a few thousand Protestant mountaineers upon the other. A hundred and eighty years ago, the Camisards held a station even on the Lozère, where I stood."
Descente vers Finiels, village de Prat-Soutayran Finiels
"A little after, the stream that I was following fell into the Tarn at Pont de Montvert of bloody memory.."
Le Pont-de-Montvert Le Pont-de-Montvert Le Pont-de-Montvert Ajoncs Forêt, Champlong-de-Bougès Mont Lozère depuis le Signal du Bougès Les Cévennes depuis le Signal du Bougès
"On a branch of the Tarn stands Florac, the seat of a sub-prefecture, with an old castle, an alley of planes, many quaint street-corners, and a live fountain welling from the hill."
Florac : château

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