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Mountains : Campsites in private gardens
Finding a snow caravan or a campground in the mountains?
Are you passionate about hiking, cycling, climbing and paragliding in fine weather? Skiing, snowshoeing and tobogganing during the cold season? Or simply looking for a breath of fresh air at the edge of the mountains?
Then HomeCamper is made for you! Indeed, we offer unique places with sublime landscapes. Whether at the foot of the mountains or in the valleys, HomeCamper hosts will also be able to advise you on the most beautiful hiking spots or the most beautiful mountain bike routes!
The best campsites in the mountains!
HomeCamper hosts are waiting for you at the closest to the mountains, just a few minutes from the ski hills, offering you a snow caravan camping site. They will welcome you and your means of transport with great pleasure. For the more adventurous, glamping will be at your disposal (old sheepfold, barrels, hut in the woods etc.). HomeCamper also allows you to visit the most beautiful peaks in Europe, from La Serra de Estrela in Portugal, to the Gran Sasso in Italia, via the Rhenish Schrist Massif on the German-speaking side.
Where to go on ski holidays with a RV?
Binevenagh is a mountain just off the north coast. It overlooks Limavady, Bellarena, Benone beach, Downhill and Castlerock. It covers an area of more than 10 kilometres and its highest point reaches an impressive height of 385 metres. It is said to be named after a Celtic chieftain, Foibhne, whose son was also named Foibhne. Foibhne Junior is said to have been killed on the mountain, which led the inhabitants to name it Binn Foibhne. It was later translated into English, and became Binevenagh. The area was classified as an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty". The Bishops' Road runs along the mountain and leads you to one of the most famous tourist attractions associated with the area, the Mussenden Temple. The temple itself is at the top of the Downhill Strand.
The Vosges is a medium mountain range in eastern France, close to its border with Germany. They separate the Lorraine plateau from the Alsatian plateau. They form a mountain range of about 8,000 km² in area.
The Massif Central is a mountainous region in the middle of southern France, composed of mountains and plateaus. It covers about 15% of metropolitan France. Subjected to volcanism that has collapsed over the last 10,000 years, these central mountains are separated from the Alps.
The Jura is a subalpine mountain range north of the Alps, following the Franco-Swiss border. The Jura separates the Rhine and Rhone basins, forming part of the catchment area of each of them. The mountain range gives its name to the French department of Jura, the Swiss canton of Jura, the Jurassic period of the geological time scale, and the Montes Jura de la Lune.
The Alps are a mountain range passing through southern France, northern Italy, Monaco, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Slovenia. The peaks of the Alps rise from 1,800 metres to 2,400 metres.
The Pyrenees is a mountain range in southwestern Europe that forms a natural border between Spain and France. Reaching a height of 3,404 metres at the summit of Aneto, the chain separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of continental Europe and stretches approximately 491 kilometres from the Bay of Biscay (Cap Higuer) to the Mediterranean Sea (Cap de Creus).
Corsica is a mountainous island in the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France and reaches an altitude of 568 metres. It is more than 180 kilometres long and 82 kilometres wide.
The Coastal Cordillera, also known as the Catalan Mediterranean system, is a double system of mountain ranges parallel to the east coast of Spain, the Cordillera Prelitoral and the Cordillera Litoral. These two ranges are separated by a tectonic trench known as the pre-coastal depression. The Cordillera Prelitoral (in French "pre-coastal mountain range") is the inner alignment extending from the mouth of the Ter to the Montsiá. It contains the highest points of the mountain range with the Montseny being the highest peak at 1,712 metres. The Cordilla Litoral (or "coastal range") is the closest alignment to the coast. It stretches from Empordà to the Camp de Tarragona and reaches lower heights, with the Montnegre (763 m) being its highest peak.
The Betic Cordilleras is a mountain range that extends to the south of the Iberian Peninsula, from the Gulf of Cadiz to Alicante. They are part of the Campo de Gibraltar. It is a vast mountain range that stretches more than 600 kilometres from the Strait of Gibraltar to Cape Nao and continues to appear even under the sea in the Balearic Islands. Its narrowest point is in the Gibraltar region and widens towards the east, where it comes into contact with the Hercynian plateau.
The Gran Sasso is the highest mountain range in the Apennines. It is located in Abruzzo, on the crest of the Apennines, on the border between the provinces of L'Aquila, Teramo and Pescara. Its highest peak, Corno Grande (2,912 meters), is the highest mountain in the Apennines and outside the Alps. Included in the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park, is a tourist attraction and a popular ski resort, used several times as a film location.
The Sierra de la Estrella is a mountain range located in the centre of Portugal and in the natural park of the same name. Its maximum height is 1993 metres, the highest in mainland Portugal. It is located between the cities of Seia and Covilhã and has the only ski resort in the country, the Vodafone ski resort. In this mountain range there are several lakes and valleys of glacial origin.
The Rhine Massif is a massif in the west Germany, east of Belgium, Luxembourg and northeastern France. Its highest point is in the Taunus, on the Großer Feldberg, at 880.9 metres.
The Southern Carpathians are a group of mountain ranges in southern Romania. They cover the part of the Carpathians located between the Prahova River in the east and the rivers Timiș and Cerna in the west. In the south, they are bounded by the Balkan mountain range. They are the second highest mountain group in the Carpathian Mountains (after the Tatras), reaching heights of over 2,500 metres.
The Bieszczady Mountains are a mountain range stretching from the extreme south-east of Poland and north-east of Slovakia to the west of Ukraine. The mountain range is located between the Łupków pass (640 m) and the Vyshkovskyi pass (933 m). The highest peak of the Bieszczady is Mt Pikui (1405 m) in Ukraine. The highest peak in the Polish part is Tarnica (1346 m).