A 27.5km route starting from Saint-Omer, there where the Crest Route begins, overlooking the Pain de Sucre and Rochers des Parcs rocks and offering magnificent views over the Normandy heights, together with the perfect spot for paragliding.
Then head for Saint-Clair and its chapel dating from 1680.
Make sure you stop at the Château Ganne, a medieval castle located by La Pommeraye! Its picturesque ruins, including an impressive porch tower, nestling amidst the woods, are within a romantic atmosphere propitious to reverie.
At the end of the route, as you make your way along the banks of the Orne, you will see the Bô spinning mill, built on the site of a former paper and flour mill.
Walks, treks and trails :
Course difficulty : Very difficult