From the Rocher Cailleau car park in Vaudoué, this Cave Art path, also called the Promenade du Rocher Cailleau, leads along the seven stations path corresponding to the seven periods from Prehistoric times to the present day. It is a loop, signposted with two yellow silhouettes, accessible all the year round only by walkers, easy and 3.5 km long and lasting 1.30 mins.
In Vaudoué, take the D63 towards Achères-la-Forêt. 100 metres from the sign indicating that you are leaving the village of Vaudoué, park on the left at the ONF du Rocher Cailleau car park. You are about 500 metres from the starting point.
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Turn left on to the path signposted with two yellow silhouettes and after 500 metres, you will arrive at the first station "the Palaeolithic period", the engravings bear witness to the development of tools which facilitated hunting activities. Continue along the path and 400 metres further on, the second station, "the Mesolithic Period", then 400 metres further on "the Neolithic Period", then 500 metres further on, "the Protohistoric Period", then 600 metres further on "Antiquity", 700 metres further on "the Middle Ages". 400 metres further on, the final station concerns the contemporary period and the modern age.