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Mortain > Le Mont St-Michel

  • 65 km

Head westwards for the home straight on this route between the D-Day landing beaches and the Mont St-Michel. Enjoy the typically Norman fields and hedgerows at a gentle pace as you follow a disused railway line. The final greenway runs alongside the Couesnon River and allows you to keep in your sights, for a good long way, the timeless UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Mont St-Michel itself.

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Stages of « Mortain > Le Mont St-Michel »

  • Mortain / St-Hilaire-du-Harcouët

    Mortain / St-Hilaire-du-Harcouët [14.9 km]

    The enchanting Cance waterfalls are a focal point of the powerful local terrain, carving between steep hills, an untamed heart of ‘Armorican Normandy’. The greenway then heads towards St-Hilaire which precedes your arrival in the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel.

    Difficulty: family View details
  • St-Hilaire-du-Harcouët / Ducey

    St-Hilaire-du-Harcouët / Ducey [19 km]

    Stronghold between Brittany, Cotentin and the Loire country, St Hilaire du Harcouët offers many activities during the summer around the Prieuré lakes. This stage of la Véloscénie and the Petit Tour de Manche, travelling along a greenway, is full of life.

    Difficulty: Intermediate View details
  • Ducey / Mont-Saint-Michel

    Ducey / Mont-Saint-Michel [31.1 km]

    The final stage of la Véloscénie and a spectacular resting point on the Tour de Manche, where the greenway rolls all the way to the mouth of the Sélune. From there on, as you travel on shared roads, you can indulge in a feast for the eyes: Mont-Saint-Michel rises up, a colourful panorama, set like a jewel in the circle of the bay.

    Difficulty: Intermediate Favourite View details