Everyone can enjoy this easy, fairly flat trail through and around Senonches national forest. Beech and oak trees mostly make up this natural landscape, where an array of woodland ponds are home to specific plant- and wildlife.
Come and admire this wooded countryside awash with ponds and soak up the remarkable fauna and flora and traditional architecture as you go. Feast your eyes on the churches at Senonches, Tardais and La Framboisière, which are partly built from grison stone - a conglomerate of flint welded together with ferruginous cement. Amble your way along scenic country lanes, through charming little villages whose inhabitants once lived off the forest's resources. You never know, you might meet the wolf-hunters who once protected these villages from the wolves who roamed within!