More than 10 years experience!

France Outdoors is a family run local tour operator based in the Provence Alps – France.
We organise walking, cycling and snowshoeing holidays for outdoor enthusiasts from Ireland, the UK, Australia, Canada and the US since 2008.
More recently we also organise trips for French people willing to improve their English while enjoying walking in the Outdoors.
Destinations are as varied as Europe, Morocco, Nepal, Patagonia and many more!

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Activity level group 1: Challenging
Activity level group 2: Moderate
Sat 03 – Fri 09 Jun 2023: Open
Sat 23- Fri 29 Jul 2023: Open
Sat 09 – Fri 15 Sep 2023: Open

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Activity level: Challenging
Thu 31 Aug – Sun 03 Sept 2023 : Open
Thu 25 – Sun 28 April 2024 : Open


Activity level: Moderate
Sat 6 to Fri 12 Apr 2024: Open
Sat 15 to Fri 21 Jun 2024: Open

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Activity level: Challenging
Sat 26 Aug – Sat 2 Sep 2023: Open

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Activity level: Moderate
Sun 16 Jul – Sun 23 Jul 2023: Open

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  1. A very enjoyable week, excfellent and knowledgeable guide who was very enthousiastic and showed compassion and concerned for her customers.

  2. Vincent, really enjoyed the GR5 trek with you and the Irish. Alas your special effort to explain the flowers was totally lost on me but helped my awareness. The days were sometime long but never unreasonable. Appreciated your guidance and assistance over the one hard col in the Vanoise. I enjoy those challenges and am not afraid to slide on my butt when needed. Quite honestly, I was expecting a lot more of that kind of challenge. Am still embarrassed for my fall and attribute it to being sloppy after lunch and a nap. You did a great job of cleaning up my scalp. Am working on the ski isometric position to strengthen my legs for the steeper downhills. In the past I have relied too heavily on leaning on my pole for those downhills which is a bad practice. Thank you for your assistance on how to use a better technique. I hope to find a trek to do with you again. If a Nepal trek becomes possible, please let me know.


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