Discover the trails
STORM CIARAN: Trails and natural areas closed until further notice!
Storm Ciaran, which struck during the night of November1 to 2, 2023, had a major impact on our region's natural areas, particularly forests and woodlands. On the coast, some cliffs were weakened, causing subsidence along the coastal path.
This is why access to hiking trails, the greenway, wooded areas and forests is currently prohibited by municipal by-laws for safety reasons.
There is a risk of falling branches and weakened trees, even in the absence of wind, as well as the risk of slipping, falling or injuring oneself when walking among trunks and branches.
The communes, the communauté de communes, the ONF, the Conservatoire du littoral, the Département du Finistère and the Région Bretagne are working to clear the paths and natural sites and make them safe as quickly as possible.
We will keep you informed as and when the various sectors reopen.
400 km of trails
The Crozon Peninsula and Aulne Maritime are two of the world's leading hiking areas, with hundreds of kilometers of trails covering the entire area between sea and countryside.
Along the GR34 and GR37 footpaths and inland walks, more than 400km of trails await you.
Cycling / Mountain biking
Discover the destination by bike
Take the V6 greenway across the peninsula via Telgruc, Crozon, Camaret or Le Fret.
Whether you're on a bike or a mountain bike, a family outing or a more athletic pursuit, there's a circuit to suit you.