Entlang des Flüsschens Loing zwischen Souppes-sur-Loing und Moret-sur-Loing … die mutigeren können sogar noch weiterradeln bis zum Schloss Fontainebleau.
Eine nette Art die südliche Seine-et-Marne zu erkunden. Dank der Einrichtungen der zukünftigen Europäischen Radroute Norvegen Spanien (EV3) entdecken Sie hier die Landschafter der Impressionnisten Wasser und Licht in einer einzigartigen Kombination. Nach Moret-sur-Loing können die mutigeren Radfahrer noch weiterradeln bis zum Schloss Fontainebleau.
max. 111 m
min. 45 m
Styles : BaladeDiscoveryIn the country
Public : Family
Theme : Patrimony
Departing from the Souppes-sur-Loing railway station, turn left twice to reach the underground tunnel passing beneath the railway.
Now head towards the church and town hall, turning right in front of the church. Careful: this section is one-way for several dozen metres. At the end of Rue Voltaire, turn left to cross over three successive bridges. You cross over the “wild” Loing River to reach the Loing Canal on the left.
Cross to the opposite side of the canal at the first canal lock and ride along the right bank, frightening the occasional duck into flight. Tributary to the Seine River, the Loing flows for 166 km. But don’t worry, today you’ll only pedal around 30. Continue following this occasionally grassy towpath along the canal’s right bank, all the way to Nemours.
A wide, shady, pleasant promenade marks the entrance to Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours. Still following the canal, you start to skirt left round Nemours. Continue on to the following lock.
At the lock, follow Rue Thiers to visit the town centre. Be sure to explore the castle-museum, Nemours’ emblematic 12th-century edifice grandly situated in the old medieval district. Also well worth the detour: the town hall and old “Hôtel-Dieu” (former hospital) dating from the 16th century, as well as the Île-de-France Museum of Prehistory located on 48 Avenue Etienne Dailly!
To leave Nemours, return to the canal lock and cross the bridge to bike along the right riverbank. Lovely residences overlook the towpath, as does the town hall of Montcourt-Fromonville. Keep an eye peeled for grey herons when you reach the Episy Marsh, a tranquil nature reserve and bird sanctuary. In Episy, the towpath leads you to the roundabout in front of the Auberge d’Episy inn. Bear left by taking first the bridge then the towpath along the left bank of the Loing. A lovely ride of just over 6 km awaits your eyes and legs!
Marking the end of the waterside itinerary, Moret’s lock was famously painted by the Impressionist artist Alfred Sisley, who was particularly fond of this picturesque burg.
Before entering town, take first Rue du Peintre Sisley, then the bridge. Stairs leading down from the bridge allow you to visit the watermills below.
You enter the old town via the Porte de Bourgogne gate. Take the second street on the right, Rue Lioret, then turn left onto Rue des Granges. You come to the town’s main street at La Porte de l’Image. Continue on, then bike along the wide pavement in front of the tourist office. Follow Avenue Jean Jaurès, running on from the main street.
Leaving the town centre, continue straight on. Pass the roundabout and climb straight on to reach the railway station. If accompanied by children, you’d best stop here. Those capable of pulling on the yellow (or polka dot) jersey can continue pedalling all the way to Fontainebleau.
To continue on to Fontainebleau, pass the roundabout and turn right onto Rue de la Liberté, then left onto Rue du Viaduc. Continue straight on towards the campsite. At the crossroads with Chemin du Passeur, take the forest path opposite. At the end of the path, climb up to the left and then turn right to continue along the Seine River. At the end of this Chemin des Roches Courteaux, turn left to come to Rue de Bellevue. Now for your toughest challenge of the day: a nearly vertical climb only hardened cyclists can hope to tame! At the top, if you’re still breathing, continue straight on to pass through Thomery. Then follow Rue de la Gare.
Continue along the tarred road Route de la Fossette, which enters the forest. You come to a roundabout that you cross to follow Route de la Petite Haie, a forest trail. Then follow Route de la Butte de Montceau until an intersection. Turn left onto Route Cavalière de Guise. At the end, turn right, and at the following crossroads, take the first right. Next, turn left to follow Chemin de Saint-Aubin and cross the D137 secondary road. Continue along Chemin de Saint-Aubin, then cross another very busy road, the old Route de Bourgogne. Continue straight on to the first crossroads and turn left onto Route du Bois Gauthier, then pedal straight on to reach the greenway. Careful, this portion is relatively difficult for the downhill is steep and you must snake your way amongst rocks, roots and sandy areas. When you reach the greenway, turn left. This bike path will take you to the very busy D138.
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Cross the road to reach the Prieuré des Basses Loges priory. At the far end of the car park, you’ll once again find the bike path behind the fence. At the viaduct, you have two choices: go right to climb up to the railway station, or pedal straight ahead to reach Fontainebleau Palace, the residence of French monarchs for eight centuries. Discover the château's rich Capetian and Bourbon heritage and explore its magnificent gardens.
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