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Mont St Michel Walks

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I have been exploring options for walking on the tidal flats around Mont St Michel in early July. I know there are tours that last for hours, but I am more interested in shorter, less expensive options just to get out on the bay for an 1 to 1 1/2 hours for the experience and to do some photography. We are staying on the island, but the tide schedule seems best for doing a late afternoon/evening walk instead of an early morning walk, as the high tide is between 9 and 10 pm and around 9 am for our partial two days at the Mont (July 6/7). Given that timing, I certainly feel getting on the west side of the Mont will be very good for lighting in the late afternoon/evening. Has anyone done something like this who can give me some good tips or point me to resources regarding shorter walks? Can you sign up for walks anywhere on the Mont? Is it necessary to arrange something ahead of time? How do I find guides if I need to sign up ahead of time, and who provides good short walks of this type. I am pretty adventurous and would be perfectly willing to venture out without a guide, but a lot of resources say this is not advised..

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