This wooded and rural route crosses the steep shores of Lake Rophemel. Departing from the small town of Guitté, the hike descends towards Lake Rophémel, then runs along the banks by steep paths in the undergrowth. After the Néal pond bridge (road), the route continues along small country roads.
On the way, you will see the castle of Beaumont (private), the site of La Suais at the edge of the water and the Long Stone (menhir), located north of the alignments of Lampouy... You will be able to contemplate the panorama on the heights then take a break at the Noé Moy recreation area.
Nearby, a laundry and miniature mills have been installed in memory of the mills that have been turning their millstones since ancient times on the banks of the Rance.
On the way back, a break at the Pierre Longue menhir is a must, and nearby, the alignments of Lampouy are to be discovered.
Find this hike in the topo-guide "walks and hikes" (Dinan Agglomeration) on sale in the tourist information offices of Dinan Cap Fréhel tourisme