Baulme-la-Roche hiking trail
Level : easy
Lasting time : 30 min
Distance : 1 km
Accessible to persons with reduced mobility : path created for buggies and wheelchairs
This outstanding site regarding landscapes and nature is also a protected area. It allows the discovery of the fauna and the flora and offers you an outstanding view from the top of the cliffs and further down from the valley.
Regarding the fauna, you could see (if you are lucky !) the peregrin falcon, the biggest falcon in France and the fastest bird in flight.
Regarding the flora during the nice season, you can admire many different types of flowers which will colour your walk : orchids, anemones, devjasila from the mountains or even rock roses from the Apennins.
From the cliffs'site, you would get a beautiful view on the typical village of Baulme-la-Roche and its heritage, specially on the Saint-Martin's church built in the XVth century and modified during the XVIIIth century. Do not hesitate to visit it a the end of your walk in order to admire the beautiful religious paintings : L'Adoration des mages (XVIIth century) et Sainte-Catherine d'Alexandrie (XVIIth century).
You will also discover a fountain drinking in the center of the village, classified Heritage Monument and where the water still flows in the water tank. Built in 1822 by the architect Chauvreiche and 5.20 meters high, it is composed with four chipped stone columns.
To reach the departure point : Baulme-la-Roche parking on the road to Panges(D104C).
No marking, follow the paved path.
A picnic table is available at the level of the panorama.