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Sucremont trail

    L'Office de Tourisme du Pays de Fontainebleau vous propose de partir à la découverte d'un patrimoine culturel et naturel : l’aqueduc de la Vanne et les divers peuplements forestiers. C’est aussi une zone de pratique de l’escalade.
      Photo credits : Claire Tenu - ONFFontainebleau Tourisme
      Parking de la Feuillardière
      Forêt Domaniale des Trois Pignons
      77300 Fontainebleau
      The Vanne aqueduct: built between 1867 and 1874, it is 173 km long, and still supplies the city of Paris with drinking water. The water inside circulates by gravity alone, the high source being at 111 m altitude, whereas the Montsouris
      reservoir at the end is at 80 m. The slope is not always regular and sometimes requires special facilities, such as siphons.

      Bouldering in Fontainebleau: the forest of Fontainebleau is a world highlight for bouldering. To-day more than 30,000 boulders are open and secured in the forest for the practice of rock climbing. There are circuits of various difficulty
      (color-coded from white to black). On this trail, white marks signal a bouldering circuit for children, who can also play among the rocks at the foot of the Rocher du Télégraphe.


      Free access.

      Confort and services

      • Spoken languages :
        • French
      • Level green – easy

      Opening periods

      All year round.