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Major cycle route: Veloscenic, Paris <> Mont-St-Michel
  • Paris / Massy

    Paris / Massy [16.7 km]

    Once you have found the wind rose marking the kilometer zero, you can head for Montparnasse and the place de la Catalogne, which is the start of a 15 km-long greenway for an easy and safe exit from the heart of the capital! This famous Coulée verte is a continuous linear park that takes you without a car to Massy. Do not hesitate to make a stop in the remarkable park of Sceaux along the route!

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  • The Veloscenic Cycle Route, from Massy to Versailles

    The Veloscenic Cycle Route, from Massy to Versailles [18.2 km]

    Take a deep breathe, you arrive in the Yvelines county, the wooded area of Ile-de-France. Next step: Versailles and its amazing Palace. Discover the Hall of Mirrors and the stunning gardens designed by Le Nôtre as well as many other surprises. To reach Versailles, follow the Bièvre valley and enjoy the UNESCO world heritage of this royal city!

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  • Nogent-le-Rotrou / Rémalard

    Nogent-le-Rotrou / Rémalard [17 km]

    At the start of this stage of La Véloscénie you follow undulating little forest roads. Then you join the greenway from Condé-sur-Huisne to Alençon, cycling beside the Huisne River. Enjoy the total peace and quiet of this long country section up to Rémalard.

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  • Rémalard / Mortagne-au-Perche

    Rémalard / Mortagne-au-Perche [23.3 km]

    Continue along the greenway hugging the Huisne River and cross through the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional du Perche. In many places, perhaps half-hidden by trees, you'll spot a typical old manor or restored mill. All told, this is one of the most enchanting stages along La Véloscénie.

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  • Mortagne-au-Perche / Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe

    Mortagne-au-Perche / Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe [15.4 km]

    La Véloscénie continues along the greenway from Condé-sur-Huisne to Alençon. You just swap the Parc Naturel Régional du Perche for the adjoining Parc Naturel Régional Normandie-Maine, just before Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe. The lake here provides a refreshing halt, one that children greatly appreciate.

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  • Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe / Alençon

    Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe / Alençon [23.1 km]

    You're on a greenway for this stage of La Véloscénie, with just a short stretch on roads to take you through hamlets around the A 28 motorway and another to reach Alençon town centre. A delightful trail leads through the Bourse Forest, beside the Vésone River.

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  • Domfront / Barenton

    Domfront / Barenton [17.7 km]

    The exit from Domfront isn't easy, with a steep slope and a lot of traffic. However, La Véloscénie then joins a greenway, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful, typical Bocage Normand countryside, particularly beside the Sélune River.

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  • Barenton / Mortain

    Barenton / Mortain [14.4 km]

    The village of Mortain stands out on its hillside at the heart of the green Bocage Normand area. It also stands at the crossroads of La Véloscénie and Le Tour de Manche cycle routes. This stage of La Véloscénie is almost entirely on greenways, except for the unavoidable link to Mortain.

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  • Mortain / St-Hilaire-du-Harcouët

    Mortain / St-Hilaire-du-Harcouët [14.9 km]

    The enchanting Cance waterfalls are a focal point of the powerful local terrain, carving between steep hills, an untamed heart of ‘Armorican Normandy’. The greenway then heads towards St-Hilaire which precedes your arrival in the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel.

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