Start from the parking of the hall of St-Trojan.
Before starting the hike, go to see the chapel of Malta's knights. Then from the parking, get back on the road. Turn left and follow the signs. Stay on the left and be careful with the traffic.
At the intersection, at the signs of the locality "Bellevue", turn left. Continue straight in the hamlet on a pave road that goes down on a wood. Down the descent, at the bridle, turn left. Pass close to a source and a washhouse and continue up the road. At the hamlet, turn right and immediately, at the corner of the house, turn left along a path.
At the sign, continue straight ahead. At the end of the path, turn left to go down to a creek. At the crossroad of two paths, turn right and follow the signs. Exit the wood, you arrive on a pave lave. Continue to the intersection.
At the signs, turn left and go down to the houses located in "Plétanne". Continue up the path. At the intersection "Petit Homme", straight ahead and go down to a new intersection. Go to the left and immediately turn right. Follow the signs: little pave road that go up.
While you're climbing, you have the departure of the "Hike of the Estuary" on the right. To continue the Hike of the Chapel, do not turn and continue straight ahead. At the end of the path, at the intersection, go left on a pave road : locality "Calagnon". On this road, pass the hamlet of "Belourde", "Peyrolan" and "Nodeau". Stay on this road even if you are crossing others roads, until you join "Repimplet".
At the end of this lane, turn left and about ten meters, go right to go down the path.
At the intersection with a road, turn left, and at the bridle, go straight to follow the signs to "Rousselet". Pass next to the wine property, turn right and get back on the road, you will pass close to the cemetery of St-Trojan. At the intersection with the road D251, turn left and stay on this side: caution with the traffic. Continue straight ahead to get back to the starting point.
max. 89 m
min. 25 m
Styles : BaladeDiscoveryTerroir
Themes : CulturalPatrimony