Long-distance hiking routes cross the Normandy South Eure territory. From 106 to more than 500 km, these routes marked out by the Pedestrian Hiking Federation allow great walkers to live an experience of nature over several days.
Itinerant trip on the GR in Normandy South Eure
The GR® de Pays “At the borders of the Duchy of Normandy” offers a 106 km loop on the territory via the Avre and Iton valleys. Two other long-distance hiking routes run along the Avre and Iton valleys for 48 and 71 km. If you are planning a hiking trip in Normandy South Eure, the tourist office can advise you or provide you with useful information (train and bus timetables, sale of topoguides, lists of doctors, pharmacies, taxis, bakeries. , shelters for picnics, markets,…).
The GR 22 from Paris to Mont-Saint-Michel
Among the Grande Randonnée routes crossing the territory, the legendary GR22 is one of the most popular. From the early Middle Ages (XNUMXth - XNUMXth centuries), pilgrims called the Miquelots flocked, by the thousands, to Mont Saint-Michel.
You loved the book Wild, by Cheryl Strayed, and you remain dreamy in front of the episodes of Nudes and Culottés? So do not hesitate any longer and embark on the extraordinary adventure of GR22 ! From Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, this historic route crosses no less than 8 departments. 549 km of marked trails (over 30 days) link the French capital to Mont Saint Michel, following the Avre valley in particular and passing through Verneuil-sur-Avre, a stopover town. A variant of 208 km connects Verneuil-sur-Avre to Domfront by the north, it is the historical route of the pilgrims of Mont-Saint-Michel. A real experience on one of the most famous hiking trails in Normandy!