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Foret de Huelgoat, Huelgoat

4.8
#3 of 18 in Nature in Brittany
Forest Nature / Park
The softwood forest, Foret de Huelgoat has diverse tree species, including silver fir, Scots pine, and fir Nordmann. The hurricane that devastated the forest in 1987 also allowed the introduction of the new American oak species. You can walk the path to Le Camp d'Artus in the forest, a Celtic camp dating to the first century BCE that attracted the Irish due to the silver mine. Lastly, visit La Roche Tremblante, the humongous 137-ton boulder. Make Foret de Huelgoat a centerpiece of your Huelgoat vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Huelgoat vacation trip planner.
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  • We made a walk, like it is described in the "Rothers Wanderführer". The walk takes at least 3 hours. Impressive and really wonderful is the part from Huelgoat to the Chaos du Moulin, Grotte du Diable,...  more »
  • Absolutely beautiful forest with ginormous rocks. Make sure you bring your walking shoes because the walk is lengthy and its uneven. We went with our 3 year old and did not take a stroller and boy im ...  more »
  • with just a massive collection of well-rounded glacial boulders. interesting features - mushroom rock and a massive one that you could rock  more »
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  • Well marked paths n And not too crowded. Well worth a visit
  • Extraordinary place, if rather hard to find due to indifferent signposting. A jumble of huge, ancient granite boulders in beautiful woodland with the stream at the bottom of the valley rushing through. Be sure to visit the devil's cave (grotte de diable) down the stairs - it's a scramble, but worth it. (Tempted to knock off a star because it's always raining when we visit!)
  • Beautiful woodland walks
  • What wealth that nature offers us. This forest is incredibly beautiful and full of surprises. Place to do absolutely
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  • Amazing to do. Monitoring of children is needed. If you stay on course no risk.
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