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Constant

Dordogne, France

Montclard and St Georges walking and hiking route

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Walk Instructions

Walk towards the centre of the village, past the castle. From the market hall set off along the road signposted towards Campsegret. About 30 m after passing the last house turn right, along a stony path with yellow waymark, rising steeply for some distance. Cross a very minor road and continue along the edge of a large field. Return to woodland, staying with the main track that broadens after a property. Join a minor road on the edge of the hamlet Bessaronie. Turn right. To walk through Bessaronie stay with the road and then bear left along a footpath which rejoins the route a short distance further. Otherwise, turn left immediately into a grass path between hedges descending past the hamlet to reach a junction of three roads. On the right is a madonna. Turn the second road left (in front of the madonna) to walk towards the church, soon visible, passing a lavoir on the right, and the remnants of an old water mill on your left.

1) Past the church, stay with the little road as it bends round to the left. Pass an old water point and bear left. After crossing the stream turn right, into a little road. Soon you pass the cemetery at your right. At a junction carry on touwards Boussac, soon passing Le Cat Rouge as the road rises into woodland. Pass the farm of Boussac.

1a) Past the church, stay with the little road as it bends round to the left. Follow the yellow waymarks, pass an old water point and bear right, uphill, opposite it. The path rises slowly, above the valley on your left. It bears right towards a source, the ‘Fontaine des Lébérous’. After it the path turns right, steep uphill, yellow waymarked. On top it turns left and then joins the road in the hamlet La Bourgonie. Here turn right and follow the road that then bends leftwards. 150 m after a water reservoir building on your left, in front of some new houses, turn left into a track. Follow this track downwards into a valley then upwards; it becomes a smaller path but is easy to follow. When after a kilometer or so arriving on the road, turn left and follow it for about 40 m. Go on at 2.

2) As the road bends to the right turn left just before the entrance of a house (Crabefit) along a grass path (here you pick up again the yellow-marked walk). It meanders through woodland, mainly descending sometimes slightly rising. Follow it for about a kilometer.

3) At a junction near a house, turn sharp right, and then, in about 300 m, turn left, shortly reaching a minor road. Turn left

4) In about 150 m fork right, along the first of several broad tracks, a broad stony roadway through woodland, mainly descending. Arriving at the road at the bottom, turn left to return to Montclard.

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Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.

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