Walks, culture and relaxation
- Walks and hikes (departure of GR1)
The GR1 is a hiking trail that goes around Paris. It starts at the Porte Maillot in Paris. You can use the trail to go on either side of the Forest of Marly to the Forest of Rambouillet.
The trail crosses Feucherolles, Davron, Thiverval-Grignon and joins Neauphle the Old by zigzagging in the countryside by St Germain de la Grange. He joined Méré then Montfort l'Amaury to enter the forest of rambouillet.
- By bike or rollerblading
Nearly 50km of bike paths crisscross the forest of Rambouillet, several kilometers through Montfort l’Amaury.
Holland’s Ponds see an enjoyable bike path through the woods between Montfort l’Amaury and Rambouillet. You can start it from the south of Montfort to go to the ponds in the direction of Perray in Yvelines.
A track east of the forest, Le Mesle connects to Poigny-la-Forêt, a distance of 11km.
The bike paths of the Rambouillet forest are wonderful greenways. The main trail runs from Rambouillet to Montfort l'Amaury on a 20km trail leading to the forest.
Our partner : Cycl’Hollande, bike renting
The forest of Rambouillet is an ideal place to escape from the city on horseback and to find the pleasures of the nature.
Poney Club des Mesnuls, Les Ecuries de Galluis, Les Ecuries de Saint-Léger
For an initiation or to perfect your swing :
Le Golf des Yvelines (La Queue-lez-Yvelines) at 7km offers a 9-hole course « Les Tileuls » and an 18-hole course « Les Chênes » on a 90 ha listed estate at the edge of the Rambouillet forest ; the courses were designed by the architect H.J. Baker.
Le Golf de la Vaucouleurs (Civry la Forêt) at 20km offers two 18-hole courses, « La Rivière » and « Les Vallons » on a 100 ha estate ; the courses were designed by the architect M.Gayon.