Circuit de Trail: Boucle n°1 de Chateau-Chinon

in Château-Chinon (Ville)
5.5 km
Easy
  • At the start of the nature base that you will cross, you will join a path with a
    path with a descending profile. The first few roots that cross the path require vigilance as they can be slippery.
    Some first crossing roots require vigilance, as they can be slippery. The passage on
    road (KM 0.5) is short-lived because before the chapel of the oak (which you will leave on your left), a
    (which you will leave on your left), a path evolving in the middle of the pastures
    for horses and Charolais...
    At the start of the nature base that you will cross, you will join a path with a
    path with a descending profile. The first few roots that cross the path require vigilance as they can be slippery.
    Some first crossing roots require vigilance, as they can be slippery. The passage on
    road (KM 0.5) is short-lived because before the chapel of the oak (which you will leave on your left), a
    (which you will leave on your left), a path evolving in the middle of the pastures
    for horses and Charolais cows opens up a beautiful perspective
    on the town of Château-Chinon dominated by its calvary.
    The entrance to the resinous forest (KM 1.3) shows another aspect of Morvan
    with a beautiful forest. The path is stony and sometimes gullied. The first
    strong hill (KM 14) is on your left. It is short - 150 metres,
    intense but magnificent in the thick moss. On the flat area -relative- it
    the straight path to catch your breath before starting a descent.
    the descent. At the bottom of the descent, what looks like a sandpit
    is not a sand pit: instead, there is a high concentration of granite arena.
    tic arena. Our path to the finish is relatively straight: it is an ancestral
    line: it is an ancestral Roman road with a rising profile. Before the equestrian centre
    the equestrian centre, it is a happy, more traditional Morvan path, which
    downhill, that you will take between conifers (and mushrooms in the autumn) and the
    and the stream that runs down the valley towards Champcheur. Like a roller coaster
    like a rollercoaster, the ascent will also be brutal: the heavily eroded slope
    is divided into 3 levels: it is short but intense (20/22%) and a bit violent at the end of the route.
    but to finish and soothe your burning thighs, the last kilometre is a
    the last kilometre is a hyper-playful monotrace, winding between
    and coniferous trees in the thick moss. You arrive at the
    upper part of the nature base
  • Documentation
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