The Cantal’s waterfalls
Once the winter is gone, the white that covers the “Green Country” reveals and uncovered the forests, grasslands and hundreds of roads and trails for those who wish to get lost in them. Or perhaps to find themselves.
The Cantal is the largest volcano in Europe, and it seems like the 2,700 km2 of land that comprise the area have been covered with rain the week we have decided to explore its waterfalls.
The de-icing and the rain have given way not only to muddy roads, but to path where hardly you could find a person and waterfalls on its brightest moments. Perhaps the little influx of people has made possible to find deers, otters, foxes and a great number of golden eagles on our way to the falls.
This department of the French region of Auvergne has thousands of corners to spend the night with the van, which has made it easier for us to enjoy “the waterfalls of the Cantal”.
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