The area of Malansac extends from Rochefort-en-Terre (town listed as a "Petite Cité de Caractère"), to the Grées, a shale and slate-like strip that towers over the Valley of Arz. The Circuit des Ardoisières offers fantastic views but be careful; due to the presence of old open pit mines, it is recommended that you stay on the marked path.
VTT marks n°5 blue
max. 90 m
min. 24 m
Styles : HikingIn the country
Go through town. Turn left from the church towards the town hall. Go down Rue de La Prévostais towards Bois Guiho.
Turn left towards La Haudraie. Do not cross the railway, but continue until the junction. Take the path to La Ville Rio, and then turn left towards La Ville aux Beurroux. Take the path on the right, cross the road, go between the houses and turn left. Go 50m on the D774. Turn right twice toward La Ville aux Golets. Follow the path to the right and then climb into the woods on the right-hand side until you reach the Moulin Neuf pond.
Walk along the pond to the left and climb back into the woods on the left-hand side. Cross Route de Rochefort (D777) and then D774 towards La Magdeleine.
Arrival at the entrance of Rochefort-en-Terre ranked among "Les Plus Beaux Villages de France" (The Most Beautiful Cities of France). Climb the steep path to the left towards the Grées. Pass in front of the "Parc de la Préhistoire" (Prehistoric Park). At the D 134, turn right and then immediately left to follow the path on the right-hand side towards the Grées.
Go down to the right and continue right on the road.
Pass in front of the "Porte de Fer", the entrance of Bodélio Park. At the fountain of La Villa aux Fèves, turn left on the path at the corner of the wall towards Le Guitual (bread oven). Climb left towards Le Rohéran and then turn right towards town.