Very pretty and well preserved, this valley can be discovered by car or by bike (on the D 20), between Auberive and Dancevoir, in search of Mother Nature's hidden secrets. The upper valley of the Aube and its tributaries (Germainelle and Vivey streams) represents a vast and well-preserved complex of aquatic environments and prairie biotopes, very rich in fauna and flora. This submontane alluvial valley has remarkable vegetation in more than one respect: meadows that are more or less wet, mowed or more frequently grazed (Arrhenatherion elatioris, Oenanthion fistulosae, Bromion racemosi), tuffy or peaty marshes, magnocariaies (Caricion rostratae), filipendulaies, more rarely alluvial woodlands (Alno-Padion, Salicion albae) and very locally plateau and underlying slope woodlands (breeding and summering area of the black stork), etc.
Easy access for every public
- No admission charge.