The pond of Noës

The pond of Noës is a beautiful pond located in the Chevreuse Valley

The pond of Noës is not difficult to find, it is right next to the commune of La Verrière, There is a small parking lot right at the entrance. The pond is a preserved area, the practice of mountain biking is forbidden on the other hand you can have barbecues! You will find many fishermen along the banks, some even sleep on the spot. The walk around the lake could be much more interesting, you often walk along fences and you don't have the impression of being in a protected environment at all. However, it is still a pleasant walk for a Sunday morning if you are in the region.

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Duration: 1 h.

The car park

The car park

The dike

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The dike
This is the most beautiful place around the pond.

The pond of Noës

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The pond of Noës
Like many ponds in the area it has long been used to supply water to the park of the Palace of Versailles.

The shores

The shores
It is possible to walk around the pond, at the beginning the path is well arranged.

The aisles

The aisles
Many fishermen and regulars come very early in the morning to book their place.

Around the pond of Noës

Around the pond of Noës
Unfortunately, the walk around the lake quickly becomes less interesting. You no longer follow the lake but a fence.

The path around the pond

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The path around the pond
You go behind the houses. You don't feel like the protected environment!

Back to the dike

Back to the dike
The tour of the pond is quite fast in an hour you've been around it.

The ditch

The ditch
There are still some beautiful landscapes.

The forest

The forest
If you cross the road you can continue the walk in the forest.

The path to the abbey of Port-Royal des Champs

The path to the abbey of Port-Royal des Champs
The path can take you to the abbey of Port-Royal des Champs. The hike is quite long and not very interesting, there are many straight lines. On the other hand, it is a beautiful place for mountain biking.
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