The Sources de la Vingeanne and the Combe Royer gorges form an exceptional setback on the edge of the Langres plateau. Crossing these two valleys, the Vingeanne discovery circuit invites you to discover a preserved site, rich in history, which is rooted in the Middle Ages, when Servin still had a fortified castle. Here, everything is a pretext to linger: the remains of washhouses, the flora of the marshes, the flight of a butterfly... and the memory of Jeanne who still haunts the valleys.
Along the path, you will find milestones. Each one refers to one of the pages of the discovery booklet, offering to discover some of the secrets of the place. It takes a little less than two hours to walk the entire trail, with good shoes, a little water and possibly a picnic.
The trail is forbidden to motorized vehicles. Please keep dogs on a leash, do not leave litter, do not pick plants and respect the peace and quiet of the area.
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