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Popinettes Trail, Questembert

Hikes & walks in Questembert

Popinettes Trail, Questembert - Hikes & walks in Questembert

The name "Questembert" comes from the Breton word "Kisten Berh", which means "Land of Chestnuts". Near the centre of town, this trail takes you along the hollow ways towards the creek of Cohignac and then Saint John's Chapel. In springtime, asphodels bloom on the banks and in the woods, showing off their elongated stems and handsome spikes of white flowers. They are locally known as "popinettes", hence the name of the trail. From this trail, you can reach Berric by following the marked paths (3km). Yellow marks

Description sheet

Departure municipalityQuestembert
Outing typeHike
Kilometres8.1 mi
Altitude upon departure42m
Change in altitude20m


Depart from the town of Questembert, latitude 47.65992 (N 47° 39’ 36”), longitude -2.4525 (W 2° 27’ 9”)


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