Nature & small heritage
23,95 Km
1 h 37 min
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2 PHOTOS Versailles / St-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse
After a royal stop in Versailles, head for the Natural Park of the Chevreuse Valley, a regional park with such a rich natural, cultural and architectural heritage. This stage is rather difficult and is suited to seasoned cyclists. You cycle through authentic villages, but the most surprising awaits you on the next stage.
232 m 177 m

The route

On this 17km-long stage, you mainly cycle on bike paths, and from time to time along roads shared with cars, without much traffic
This stage is for cyclists who are fit, as you have to tackle some tricky slopes (especially in Loges-en-Josas).

Pay attention passing on the D195 in Magny-les-Hameaux, because of dense traffic (70km/h - in red on the map). A bike lane will be built in the future.
Between Magny-les-Hameaux and Saint Rémy-lès-Chevreuse, pay attention to the Chemin de la Butte aux Buis which is a steep slope with stairs, we advise to continue by foot. Improvement to come.

SNCF train services

Rapid rail RER C train station at Versailles Rive Gauche
Rapid rail RER C train station and Transilien regional train station at Versailles Chantiers
Transilien regional train station at Versailles Rive Droite
Rapid rail RER B train station at Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse

Tourist Information

The best cycling holiday breaks

to make the most of this

They did it!

La Véloscénie en Brompton !

Le voyage en Brompton c'est possible, la preuve en images avec ce couple sur La Véloscénie de Paris au Mont Saint Michel !

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