Old 01-19-19, 12:10 PM
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where are you thinking of starting/ending? I've ridden this route and it seems to me that we saw eurovelo 6 symbols on the signs even when the Loire a Velo symbols were up also.
Here is an example of how the signs look like, sometimes they were smaller and only the route symbols.

The Loire section is the most popular and from memory, was the easiest to keep track of following "the route" even without a map, just be using common sense. If you can purchase a book or whatever with detailed sectioned maps, it will make things a bit easier if you get off route and if you are comfortable using a cell phones gps with offline mapping things , such as maps.me, you can easily see where you are compared to a paper map. As you can tell, I didnt use a dedicated gps thing with the route on it giving turn by turn directions, but this must be an option also.
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