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From La Ferté-sous-Jouarre to Nanteuil-Saâcy

From La Ferté-sous-Jouarre to Nanteuil-Saâcy
From La Ferté-sous-Jouarre to Nanteuil-Saâcy

Description

Splendid panoramic views of the Marne River.

Admire remarkable views of the majestic Marne and discover the wine country of an AOC champagne, dotted with ancient villages steeped in history and heritage.

This loop follows the Marne River, affording lovely panoramic perspectives.

Technical Information

Walking
Difficulty
Hard
Duration
4h30mn
Dist.
19 km
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Altimetric profile

Starting point

7 Gare de La Ferté-sous-Jouarre , 77260 La Ferté-sous-Jouarre
Lat : 48.950832Lng : 3.125462

Steps

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Point 1

Leave the railway station on the left, then walk right down Rue Fauvet and Rue Pelletiers.

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Point 2

Turn left onto Boulevard du 8 Mai 1945, then follow the wide path along the Marne. At the crossroads after the wood, bear left and cross the railroad tracks. Follow the D80 secondary road right for 20 metres, climb up to the left, then turn right onto the path. Pass by the sports complex and the church, then walk down the D53 and follow the D80 left.

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Point 3

At number 48, turn left onto the path snaking its way amongst the gardens. Continue along the wide path to the right, cross two brooks, walk down the right-hand path and then climb back up along the steep-sided path going left.

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Point 4

Turn right onto the path on the edge of the trees and cross the Bois Cadine wood (passage often muddy). Cut across the road to avoid the bend, then climb up to Les Gacheux. Make two right turns. Follow the road right, pass the intersection and walk down through the undergrowth. Follow the road left for 30 metres, then turn left onto the road that eventually becomes a path (panoramic view).

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Point 5

At the fork, follow the right-hand path, then the road going right. Take the road on the left, drop down to the right, cross the brook and the D80 to the right and climb up the path. Continue along the road, then climb left up towards the wood. Turn right on the edge of the trees, climb left up the steep path through the undergrowth, then turn right at the next two intersections.

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Point 6

At the crossroads, turn right, pass some ruins and at the fork bear left. Continue straight on, then take the road right. At the water tower, take the left-hand path, skirt the wood and continue on to the GR trail crossing.

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Point 7

Follow the path going left, crossing the wood and continuing through the grapevines.

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Point 8

Walk down the road to the right, pass through Nanteuil via Rue Morlot and Rue du Bac, cross the Marne and return to the railway station.

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Point 9

Finish.

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Additional information

Tips

Safety instructions and good practices: - Respect the French highway code at all times and in all locations and remain courteous and polite with those you meet along the way. - Remain vigilant during the entirety of your outing. Don’t stray from the paths and trails, respect private properties, and carefully cross all streets and roads. Carefully follow the instructions and directions provided for each itinerary. - Respect the area’s flora and fauna, and leave no waste or trash behind. - Prior to departure, make sure that your smartphone or tablet is sufficiently charged. - When preparing your walk or hike, consider the level of difficulty for your chosen loop (especially if you’re bringing along children). - Prior to setting out, consult the weather forecast and remember to wear comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots, rainwear, a cap, sunscreen and sunglasses (depending on the season), a first-aid kit, a snack and water to drink during your outing. Also consider bringing along binoculars and a camera. - If you happen to notice any anomaly while following an itinerary, please don’t hesitate to write us! We value all such observations and remarks.

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Seine et Marne Attractivité - 24/06/2024
www.seineetmarnevivreengrand.fr/
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All year round.

Data author

Quartier Henri IV - Place d'Armes 77300 Fontainebleau France

The Cirkwi brief

Explore la Marne: From La Ferté-sous-Jouarre to Nanteuil-Saâcy

Venture into the heart of the French countryside where the Marne river becomes your guide through a landscape sprinkled with vineyards and historical villages. This journey, designed by Seine et Marne Attractivité, takes you on an 18.5km walk that beautifully combines natural beauty with a taste of France's rich heritage. As you tread along, be prepared to uncover some of the most scenic vantage points over the Marne, each offering a unique perspective on this quintessentially French region.

Technical Insights for Your Trek

Spanning a total distance of 18.5 kilometers, this walking itinerary presents an altitudinal variation indicative of moderate difficulty. Starting at an altitude of 53 meters, it peaks at 184 meters. The terrain promises a cumulative elevation gain pushing towards 697698 meters, demanding good physical preparation for those embarking on the journey. Its comprehensive route encompasses both ascending and descending paths, making for a diverse hiking experience.

Seasonal Guide for Travelers

To fully enjoy this scenic route, timing and preparation are key. Spring and autumn offer mild temperatures and the landscape's natural beauty at its peak, making them ideal seasons for your walk. However, be well-equipped with water, as there are limited facilities along the way. Safety comes first; ensure good footwear for the varying terrains and check weather forecasts before setting out to avoid surprises. In summer, an early morning start is advisable to beat the heat.

Heart of Champagne Country

La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, nestled within the Seine-et-Marne department, is more than just a starting point; it's a gateway into the historical and cultural essence of the region. This area is a testament to France's intricate past, with vineyards that narrate the legacy of Champagne production. Here, every path and village whispers tales of ages gone by, offering a rich expedition not just through landscapes but through time itself.

Climate Considerations and Tips

Reveling in the Unique Climate of Marne Valley

The region exhibits a temperate climate, with distinct seasonal changes. Winters can be cool, making hikes challenging for the unprepared, while summers are pleasantly warm. The most opportune times to visit are late spring to early summer and early autumn, when the weather is most conducive to outdoor activities. During these periods, rainfall is moderate, ensuring the trails are neither too dry nor excessively muddy, offering the ideal conditions for exploring this picturesque route.
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We have no information on the difficulty of this circuit. You may encounter some surprises along the way. Before you go, please feel free to inquire more and take all necessary precautions. Have a good trip! 🌳🥾