Open from late May to the end of September, the GR20 is very testing for even the most confident walker. To walk it you need to be sure footed and know how to place your feet on rocky ground. We know that the GR20 requires certain balance, agility and co-ordination. If you have vertigo you may find this walk difficult and unpleasant and if you have an injury, it is really not the right time to undertake this trek. At Corsica Aventure we can help you understand the challenge that is the GR20 and make planning and walking your GR20 stress free.
For the total of walkers that set out on the GR20 without the help of a local specialist, only a third see it through to the end, the majority of our walkers do. You need to ask yourself the right questions before you start and pick the right formula for you. We help you to prepare for your trip, we reserve your night stops, help you choose your gear and give you tips for how to pack your bag right. This will maximize your chances of having an enjoyable and successful GR20 trek. Don’t under estimate the difficulty involved, the trek is classed as the hardest of all the GR walks on French territory and there are many other factors that make it one of the toughest treks out there!