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ARTICLE: Campervanning and Climbing in Fontainebleau

Alfie Jamieson shares his experience of climbing and campervanning in Fontainebleau. Organising a recent trip to Fontainebleau in a motorhome, I had two things in mind: climb as much as physically possible and do it whilst staying within our tight budget. Climbing a lot in Fontainebleau was easy, but we did find it difficult to plan certainties for our campervan experience.
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