This hike will make you discover agricultural sites in full mutation. Take advantage of this loan of serenity. Throughout, various interpretation panels will accompany you. Yellow markings.
All the hiking trails in our area are on sale at the tourist information offices in Vernon, Giverny, Les Andelys and Pacy-sur-Eure.
Duration of the mountain bike ride: 1h15.
1 – Walk carefully along the road, past the Mairie (town hall) on your right. Take the first road to the right, Rue du Ruisseau, and continue straight on, crossing Route de Vernon with care. At the T-junction, turn right and then immediately left up the Côte de Réanville. At the top of the hill, bear left onto the D63 road. Carry straight on towards the motorway, passing a pond on your left
2 – Before you reach the overpass, turn right onto a path. Walk along the fields and past the woods. Continue straight ahead to a fork in the path.
3 – Bear left (with the lone tree to your right), then continue until you reach a road. Turn right along the road for a few metres, then left onto a path and carry straight on until you reach another road.
4 – Turn left onto the road for 100 m, then right. Walk past the hanger towards the hamlet of Bray (signpost indicates Saint-Pierre-de-Bailleul), continuing through the hamlet to the next crossroads. Bear left then take your first right onto Rue des Chanteux which becomes an unpaved path.
5 – Stay on the path until you reach the viewing platform. Turn right and walk down to the road leading to Villez-sous-Bailleul. Bear right towards the church. Cross the road, taking the path along the edge of the cemetery and follow it until you reach a stream.
6 – Cross the bridge over the stream and head up to your right until you reach a road, Côte du Froc de Launay. Take this road, walking past a manor house on your right. Continue uphill to the crossroads. Turn right on a road which becomes an unpaved path. Make your way downhill, heading back to the starting point.