This eight-kilometre circuit will help you discover all the resources of the Saint-Bresson valley through nine interpretation panels on the themes of geology, water, wood and old farms.
After a route on a small tarmac road, you walk along the hillside on either side of the valley to reach a plateau dotted with ponds.
The route begins by walking along the local road that runs alongside the river "le Raddon" (which gives its name to the village downstream). You have to walk along this river without crossing it. On your left, 200 m from the start, is the neo-Gothic chapel of Saint-Brice (patron saint of the commune of Saint-Bresson). At the fork in the road, turn left and then right at the next crossroads. Then turn right onto a shady path that leads up to the Noz du Pin, then the Broche.
At the top, on the left before the house, you can see a magnificent sequoia. Take the path that descends opposite and joins a tarmac road. Cross the road and follow the path upwards. You walk on a dirt track on a balcony where you can see the valley.
At the end of the path, you come to a tarmac road which you take on the left as you descend to Les Maires d'Avaux. Cross the bridge, the road and go up the stone path in the woods towards the farm of Muse.
You arrive on the Grandes Fouillies plateau and walk along a pond. At the next crossroads, turn left and go down towards Saint-Bresson (part pasture and part forest) passing the Crèpeloup fountain. When you reach the tarmac road, turn right to reach the village centre.