/ public transport from chamonix to ceuse
you probably need to get to grenoble (train or bus), then another train to Gap, then taxi. Hitching might be tough.
I met some people in Ceuse who easily hitched there from Cham. They put a sign up in the campsite in Cham asking for a lift, of course it's helpful if you are flexible with dates.
Even with cardboard sign with Sigoyer marked I walked much of D994 before getting picked up and driven the last couple of km to the turn off. Walked some more and after waiting for quite some time by the lake was finally picked up by a non climbing mother and son. They kindly drove me right up to the campsite.
Note this was quite a few years ago and I was a long haired hippy back then, so may have scared off prospective lifts?
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