Plateau de Calern

Although I’ll be seeing Golden Retreiver Toffee again in a few months, my human wanted to take us to one of her favourite places for a super last day out together before leaving for England: ‘Plateau de Calern’.

Plateau de Calern is very high up in the hills behind Grasse and is best visited when the summer skies are blue and clear. It can get very misty and cold up there otherwise..brrrrr!  (Also in winter, we have been told there can be herds of sheep with big white dogs guarding them, so that’s no good for us visiting doggies!)

The views, fresh air and strong perfume smells of wonderful wild lavender and wild flowers on the Plateau are very special. You drive up and up and up..until you can’t get any higher…and only then do you find vast plains of land for super walks, fossil finding and doggie adventures…

Toffee and I made the most of our afternoon together by exploring and having a little dig for treasures….

Here’s a video of our super special walk :)

About bigdogzola

Hello - I'm Zola! I'm a Rhodesian Ridgeback Girl with my own Dog Blog! For the first three years of my life, I lived on the French Riviera. Now I have moved and am enjoying the lush green forests and country life in England. Welcome to a big dog's life!
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2 Responses to Plateau de Calern

  1. wyatt says:

    What a great walk and you both got some digging in too! The perfect day with your friend Toffee.

    Wyatt

  2. Vic says:

    Super pictures as always, of such good friends.
    Have sent you a couple of emails with updates of your picture, however I am not sure you got them ?

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