We’ve photographed it…several times…different kinds of light playing off the mountain.
Lovely from afar, guidebook said the closest you can get is 4 km away…the rest is by foot.
Nah…let’s go take some more pics.
But the guide on our walking tour of Montpellier said, standing on the top of the Arc de Triomphe (they have one also, and she has the keys to the medieval (read steep) steps up)…yes she said standing up there looking over the entire city of Montpellier on one side, quaint French countryside on the other…that is the beloved Pic St. Loup. Cherished mountain of those in Montpellier and the Hérault Valley, watching over our city. The north face is a 90 degree angle straight up, but the south face meanders and is a lovely walk for small children and grandmothers alike.
Ok, I’m in. I fall in between there somewhere.
Wrong. I forgot for a moment that the French are a hardy bunch. And I would like to meet her grandmother!