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Number of Reviews: 15 Overall score: *****
Following the GR20 route, France
Review posted by Kevin Palmer
***** Written

Corsica GR20

Fantastic experience with great group of people and excellent leaders in rugged mountains. Accommodation and food better than expected from being in such a wonderful area.
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Following the GR20 route, France
Review posted by Peter Edwards
***** Written

A magical trip

Our GR20 trip was a very successful one. We had a group of 14 which was really a great number. Almost all of us finished the whole route. Sharing the trip with a bigger group was really uplifting and a larger group made it easier to adjust sleeping arrangements. The weather was perfect, we had no rain at all and it was sunshine every day. The group climbed all three of Corsica's highest mountains along the way, although it was a small group that climbed Cinto. Exodus organisation was like clockwork from start-to-finish. There is a strong inclusive ethos which helped the group bond as a team. Having said that everyone on the group was up to the trip.
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Following the GR20 route, France
Review posted by Paul Johns
***** Written

Review of GR20 Corsica

I was a first time Exodus holiday participant. I committed to the Gr20 15 day Corsican trek. It exceeded all my expectations. Not only was the trek magnificent but the organisation, group of people, safety was all first class. In twenty - five years of various trips around the world - this was the best. I would have no hesitation is using Exodus again - as a matter of fact I certainly will.
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Following the GR20 route, France
***** Written

CORSICA: THE GR20

in my opinion the so called according to Tom Bowing he wrote article in Exodus supplement issued in March 2013 the ''toughest trek in Europe''is overated.
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Exodus Response

We are pleased that Mr Lucas enjoyed the views and the trekking. His physical training obviously put him in good stead for the exertions of this trek. This route is widely considered among trekking experts and Grand Randonnee enthusiasts to be the toughest route in Europe and we do advise that you put the training in for it. Along with our qualified mountain guides we have had 3 staff who have completed the route, between them they have climbed Kilimanjaro, trekked peaks in Ladakh and swampy terrain of Papua New Guinea. All agreed that this route is definitely a challenge!
Following the GR20 route, France
***** Written

CORSICA: THE GR20

the trails are rough and tough, but the views are stunning . And make the effort you put in worth every step.
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Following the GR20 route, France
***** Written

CORSICA: THE GR20

Tough trek but worth every effort spend during the trip. Ever changing landscapes one more spectacular than the others. Nice to have a little more comfort than the classical GR20 mountain huts.
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Following the GR20 route, France
***** Written

CORSICA: THE GR20

We were lucky & had 2 excellent guides for 4 people (late cancellations). The holiday was hard enough to provide a test but well planned with the central break in Corte. The guide to participant ratio allowed the group to be split which really helped.
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Following the GR20 route, France
***** Written

CORSICA: THE GR20

This was the fantastic trek. 2 weeks of exciting, stunning and ever changing scenery. It was tough, sure. But the rewards of getting to the summits of the highest Col's in Corsica was absolutely worth the effort. With cloudless skies, lovely sunshine and plenty of mountain pools and lakes to swim and cool off in; this was our very own 2012 Olympics!
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