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Feeling like some exercise?  Here’s news of a 10-day hiking trail with culture included!  Perfect for the post-lockdown list.

Works by British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, known for creating outdoor installations from natural materials found nearby, form part of a new 150km “art” hiking route which stretches across the north of our region.  Named the Refuge d’Art, in the Unesco Geopark reserve in collaboration with the Gassendi Museum in Digne-les-Bains and the Réserve Géologique de Haute-Provence, it is the largest public collection of his work.

Visitors to Chateau Lacoste near Aix will be familiar with Goldsworthy’s work. ‘Oak Room’ was installed in 2009 – it’s the one where steps lead down into a subterranean bird’s nest of wood. (more…)

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