From the church of Saint-Bresson, the route follows a small road and then winds its way up a shady slope to reach a plateau. The route passes through numerous hamlets typical of the Vosges environment. Typical farms and small religious buildings punctuate this walk with its beautiful views. This hike presents a great diversity of landscapes with the presence of numerous ponds.
Take the departmental road in the direction of Monts du Tronc, then after 200 m, turn right over the bridge towards Le Fahys. At the first bend in the road, leave the tarmac road and take the path opposite. The path becomes a footpath as it climbs along the pastures.
At the top, you come to a flat track which you follow on your left and which will lead you to several ponds.
Cross the hamlet of Les Mottots and leave the road to take the path on the right leading to the Croix du Montdahin. At the crossroads, take the tarmac road on your left and then leave it to follow a path on the left which runs alongside a pond.
At Béviau, after the house, turn left immediately onto the dirt track, then left again along a pasture. At the end of the track, before going downhill, turn right and then left into the wood.
On the way down, follow the path on the left to the hamlet of Jeannery. After the chapel, turn left and take the path downhill to the hamlet of Rovillers.
Turn right onto the tarmac road, then left, then right. Turn right again at the house. At the next junction, turn left, and follow the road alongside the houses to the main road. Turn right to return to the village of Saint-Bresson.