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The Marne Valley between the Ourcq Canal and Monceaux forest
distance 12.43mi Vertical gain +390ft Vertical drop -384ft Durée 6h00 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Trilport - 77 - Seine-et-Marne

Hiking along a bend of the river Marne. The circuit follows along streams in its first part, then crosses part of the Montceaux forest. There are beautiful panoramic vistas at every break in the tree cover.

An outing is the Créçois Country
distance 12.57mi Vertical gain +751ft Vertical drop -725ft Durée 6h20 Difficult Difficult
Starting point Starting point in Saint-Germain-sur-Morin - 77 - Seine-et-Marne

A hike through the vast open areas of the Briarde countryside with large rolling hills and views as far as the eye can see, followed by shaded areas in the valley and on the Grand Morin hillsides. Pieces of the architectural heritage along the way, churches, mills and wash-houses, make the trip that more worthwhile.

The hike can be shortened to a 15 km walk, or split into two, one 8 km and the other 12 km (see useful information).

distance 8.25mi Vertical gain +302ft Vertical drop -302ft Durée 4h00 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Esbly - 77 - Seine-et-Marne

A hike mostly along rivers with a connection by the slopes of the Grand Morin and Marne valleys offering beautiful views of the region. Crossing through some of the villages, including Couilly-Pont-aux-Dames and Quincy-Voisins, lets you explore some interesting elements of their architectural heritage.

A long tour of Ermenonville Forest
distance 13.74mi Vertical gain +397ft Vertical drop -374ft Durée 6h35 Difficult Difficult
Starting point Starting point in Ermenonville - 60 - Oise

A hike in a forest in Picardy where the pines loom large. There are also beautiful sites covered in heather and sandstone blocks. The soil, often sandy, allows for hiking in winter without difficulty.

Mills and Menhirs along the river Yerres
distance 6.46mi Vertical gain +154ft Vertical drop -161ft Durée 3h05 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Brunoy - 91 - Essonne

This hike mostly takes place along the Yerres, a tributary of the Seine, and also includes a section in the Forest of Senart and an urban section. There you can enjoy the charm of this river and the beautiful houses around it, admire two ancient watermills and come cross no fewer than four standing stones along the way.

distance 9.59mi Vertical gain +282ft Vertical drop -292ft Durée 4h35 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Crosne - 91 - Essonne

This walk starts in Crosne, goes through the Grange Forest and then through the town of Yerres before reaching Park Caillebotte where the painter lived. The walk goes along the Yerres River and finishes by going alongside the communal gardens in Villeneuve-Saint-Georges.

The fortified farms of Brie and the Bois-Poussin stronghold
distance 9.97mi Vertical gain +75ft Vertical drop -66ft Durée 4h40 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Nangis - 77 - Seine-et-Marne

Mostly dating from the late Middle Ages, fortified farms are a typical part of the architectural heritage of the Brie region. This walk takes you past several such farms, including the Fief de Bois-Poussin stronghold, and gives you the chance to discover the rich heritage of Nangis with its ancient fortified castle, church and market halls. The walk takes you along paths between fields and small roads with little traffic, and along the banks of the brooks that wind through this farming plain.

Walking The Bois de Bombon woods ( Download : )
distance 5.58mi Vertical gain +105ft Vertical drop -105ft Durée 2h40 Easy Easy
Starting point Starting point in Saint-Ouen-en-Brie - 77 - Seine-et-Marne

Bombon is not only a church and a typical village in Plateau Briard but also a castle, and the holiday destination in 1909 for an emigrant known as Vladimir-Ilyich Ulyanov, or Lenin.