Clotilde Gimond has organized another wonderful outing near iBV. Runners, trailers and hikers from iBV have gathered to walk their way upward the Nietzsche’s path to the medieval Eze village (approx. 400-500m up). The philosopher used to walk this steep trail, and it is during one of his hikes that he got inspired for the third part of ‘Thus Spoke Zarathustra’.

After enjoying the magnificent view from the top, everybody walked/ran down the rugged corniche to meet at the Eze beach and have a swim and picnic!