The route is provisional for this last stage before you leave the Ile-de-France Region, but it is very charming. After exploring the Jardin Anglais at Rambouillet, join the Guéville Valley, with pleasant little roads leading to the pretty town of Epernon, perched above the confluence of three rivers.
Not to be missed
Stop in Epernon to discover the church of Saint-Pierre (16th century), the old buildings, the town hall, the priory of Saint-Thomas as well as the museum of the millstones and cobblestones of Epernon.
Best time of year
Emergency call : 112
Before you leave:
Make sure that the bike is in perfect mechanical condition, not to mention the tires and brakes
Make sure that the bike is correctly adjusted to your body shape
Wearing a helmet is strongly recommended
Take a repair kit with you
Remember that the Highway Traffic Act applies to cyclists in all circumstances
Never drive more than two lanes at a time and pull into a single lane when traffic conditions require.
Respect other users as you would like them to respect you
Choose a route adapted to your physical abilities
Inform your family and friends of your itinerary
Find out about the weather conditions
A first aid kit is not essential, but can be very useful
Be informed and keep the emergency numbers.
Respect the environment by not throwing your food packaging on the side of the road
If you have to return at nightfall, make sure you see and also be seen
Rambouillet (151 m)
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This stage crosses the park of the Château de Rambouillet, then takes rural roads and small quiet roads.
Important information :
Veloscenic cycle route crosses the park of the Château de Rambouillet. When it is closed, it is necessary to take the RD906.