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GPX trace of the erosion course in the heart of the Fontaibleau forest. The course weaves its way through the rocky heaps of the Apremont gorges. The departure is made at the carpark of the platières of Apremont.
The forest of Fontainebleau is one of the most important French forests. The forest covers an area of 25,000 ha, of which 21,600 ha are now administered as state forest.
The forest is immense and the hardest thing is certainly to find the starting point of the walk because then the paths are marked out and it is enough to follow the arrows. Here the departure is located on the crossroads of the Gorges aux Néfliers. The carpark is located on a promontory and allows to have a pretty sight on the forest.
The walk indicated here is the easiest and the shortest from this starting point, there are others longer, just look at the signs on the car park. The walk is easy, but there are a few narrow passages among the rocks.
Inconnu08/13/2020 18:56:20 very good
c'est clair, bien expliqué, merci