In the footsteps of Queen Brunhilda, regent of Gaul in the sixth century, who restored the road network after the fall of the Roman empire.
Fitness / outdoor trails from VIGY, mode of transport / activity : Walking-related, on the theme(s) : Natural.
Following the decline of the Roman Empire, Queen Brunhilda, regent of eastern and south-eastern Gaul, had the network of roads and paths in her territory restored. As a tribute to the sovereign, this route makes its way from damp forest valleys to plateau areas, offering a fine view of the superb landscapes to be found in the Upper Canner Valley, a registered site since 1994. This site is also recognised for the many birds that may be observed here, including harriers and kites.
Features of the route
Follow the signs: Yellow line