On the path, the colour markings will be painted on rocks, trees, walls and posts. Their frequency depends on the terrain and direction to take. The signposting is maintained by close to 8000 volunteers who adapt their markings to the environment to help you find your way, while maintaining the beauty of the paths.
Before starting, find out more about your route, particularly the following points: distance, terrain, duration of the hike and maximum altitude. Discover our article on classifications to hike at your level. Created by the FFrandonnée and their partner IBP Index, this classification system uses a colour code similar to ski slopes (from green to black), and takes into account effort, technical level and risk.
To find the best route for you, refer to the hiking guides. Some editors even propose themes such as gastronomic hikes, nature walks, etc. You are sure to find the hike for you!