Promenade de Cour-sur-Heure


This walk starts in the square in Cour-sur-Heure and alternates between fields and forests, with a few ups and downs. The Eau d’Heure valley forms a basin and offers wonderful views of the hilly landscapes. Check out the old lime kilns, the walls of which are still visible. Old wagons that were used for the kilns are a testament to the past, especially in the square. In the high grounds of Cour-sur-Heure, cross the woods to reach an opening onto fields and the railway line. The walk then continues downhill and runs along the water to the gorgeous Castle of Ham-sur-Heure, its gardens, Saint Martin’s Church and Saint Roch's chapel. The return trip passes through open fields. In Cour-sur-Heure, check out the small, winding streets with their typical farms and houses, as well as the castle, which is flanked by magnificent towers.

Walk info

On foot

Length of route 9km

Walk duration 3h

Difficulty : Medium

Signage :

Services & facilities

  • Parking
  • Orientation table