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HIKING TRAILS

 

Saône pond trail

Hiking trail created between the townships of Poncey-les Athée, Athée and Magny-Montarlot. Listed in the Departmental Plan of the Walking and Hiking Routes, this 14-kilometre loop, the Saône pond trail, has been set up with yellow markings that lead the hiker through the vast Longchamp forest massif to the banks of the Saône. This walk offers a variety of unexpected landscapes along the Val de Saône: wealth of the fauna and flora, charming villages full of history with their churches, their wash-houses, the castle at Athée ... There is also a dam on the Saône, the Punt at Poncey-lès-Athée and ponds in Magny-Montarlot.

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The Estivalienne

This trail will take you from Étevaux to Cirey-lès-Pontailler. While crossing the forest, you will be able to join the Cirey trail and, from there, to continue on to Binges or Tellecey. In Étevaux, you will discover a church whose choir dates from the thirteenth century and a charming wash-house. At the end of your journey, you will have the opportunity to rest in the shade of the old lime tree, at the top of Mont Étevaux and admire the views.

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The Source Trail

This circuit begins at the Cirey pump wash-house and continues mainly in the forest. You will explore the fauna and flora. In some places, if you like you can join the Étevaux, Tellecey or Binges trails. These walks can be part of a bike ride on the cycle route between Dijon and the Saône.

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The Lock Trail

Along the Saône and the Canal between Champagne and Burgundy and partly using the Voie Bleue (Blue Way), which is reserved for gentle travel, this trail goes via Heuilley-sur-Saône and the House of Water, Nature and Fishing. You can also relax on the Pontailler-sur-Saône supervised beach or take the eco-racer course aboard a canoe for a fun and sporty adventure.

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The Nacey Trail

This trail takes you on a journey of discovery through the Soissons-sur-Nacey forest. You will take a breath of fresh air while discovering the fauna and flora of its undergrowth. You will be able to walk along the Nacey stream to reach the village of Soissons-sur-Nacey where you can admire the neo-classical church dating back to the nineteenth century.

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Charming Wood Path

Once upon a time, just a stone's throw from the city of Dijon, the “Bois Charmant” trail, a rural stroll perfect for a family hike through nature. Crossing fields and forests, the route is not difficult at all. The woods will offer some beautiful encounters for nature lovers. You can reach Tellecey by bike via the Dijon to Saône link, a bike path that connects the banks of the river through the woods. An opportunity to relax... Both the hiker and the natural wealth of the woods feel fulfilled while respecting the environment, everyone will strive to respect and preserve it.

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Monuments, Rivers and Nature around Talmay

A loop to discover the legends and heritage of Talmay, at the crossroads of the Saône and the Vingeanne. This walk can begin with the visit of the Castle and its French gardens, designed by Pierre Fisjean in 1753. A little further in the village, follow the thread of history past the birthplace of "Madame Sans Gêne", which inspired the famous play. After a pleasant walk in the forest along the Saône, give yourself a last stop in front of the Frêne chapel and its "fountain of living water" located below, before returning to the village.

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