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Has anyone walked from Les Baux to St. Remy?

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I'm planning to be in Provence in mid-April and love the idea of a scenic walk with a destination in mind. An old Rick Steves guidebook mentions walking from Les Baux to St. Remy, and it sounds right up my alley. However, the walk seems to be downplayed in a newer edition that I just picked up.

Does anyone have any recent experience doing this walk?

The most recent post in the forum that I could find was from '02, and the wonderful sounding "The independent walker's guide to France" by Frank Booth seems to have been written in 1998. Lots can change, and I'm hoping it's still scenic and doable in 2.5 to 3 hours.

(As a little background, my husband, now-2.5-year-old son and I will be using Arles as our home base for a leisurely visit to the area. My son currently rides in a backpack for walks like this at home. The plan would be to take a bus or taxi, as needed, to get around.)

Thanks so much for any experience and tips!

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