Foret de Huelgoat, Huelgoat

#2 of 35 in Nature in Brittany
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. Plan my Huelgoat trip by asking Inpirock to come up with tips and suggestions.
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  • My hubby and I decided to drive here from our Gite in Langoelan , around an hours drive away and I'm so pleased we did. Stopped off first in the tourist office in town where the charming assistant in ...  more »
  • The place is well maintained and here great walks can be made. The highlights are very well signposted and easy to find the hike, cave, rock sea, etc.
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  • magnificent forest regardless of weather conditions. beautiful moderately paths. What fun to move the trembling rock
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