This trail invites you to discover the natural and human heritage of the Vosges Saônoises. Scattered settlements, crosses, fountains, boats, lava roofs, typical farms, wash houses and bread ovens mark out the route. Majestic forest, magical ponds, erratic boulders, cherry orchards transport you into a world where nature is king. Take the time to discover it and let yourself be impregnated by this very special atmosphere, which is conducive to meditation.
Take the path that climbs behind the gymnasium and then continue through the forest to the Trésurier pond. Walk past the pond and continue straight on for 200m.
On your right, 50 m from the path is the Pierre du mouton. This 80 cm high boulder has inscriptions and large scars. According to legend, rams were thrown and killed against this stone. Go back and take the path opposite which leads you to the Miche Stone.
On this stone you can see three imprints: a loaf of bread, a bottle and a foot. According to local tradition, this is where Saint Columban had his snack. Take the path on the left which leads you to the Étang de la Rémolure. Follow the dam and continue along the path until you come to a tarmac road. Turn right towards the old wash house. Before arriving at the hamlet of Les Forges, take the path which goes up on your left and which leads you to the place called Grosse Grange.
At this point, it is possible to shorten the route by passing through the hamlet of Le Chapendu. Turn right twice to reach La Plancenaye. In the hamlet, take the path on the right after the farm. Back in the hamlet, turn right twice and continue through the forest for 2 km.
Turn left, cross the forest road, then join the tarmac road. Go straight on towards La Cubette.
Turn right after the pond and continue through the forest until you reach the town centre. Follow the D18 on your left to return to the starting point.