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Manoir du Hilguy

Brittany, France


Walk Instructions

A pleasant circuit in deepest rural Brittany, away from the crowds but not far from Hilguy. Some rise and fall, but a steep little pull up to the optional diversion to St Brigitte chapel. Le Juch has no tourism pretensions and is without shops; there is a modest Calvary at the parish church. The route of the walk includes a length of the former Quimper to Douarnenez railway line and a mixture of tracks and minor roads.

Start/car parking - Opposite the Mairie in the centre of the village. Public conveniences close by. From Hilguy start as for Quimper via D784, but turn left at the first roundabout on to D56. Go straight across a second roundabout to head for Guengat. Turn left ½ mile after that village, signpost 'le Juch', and follow minor roads to the north west for a little less than 3 miles.

Leave the Mairie along the road almost opposite signposted 'Guengat', passing a small Calvary and adjacent lavoir on the left in about 150 yards. Follow cycle path orange signs (route 17).

1. Continue along this road and after passing the sign for the end of the village of Le Juch take the next left signed Lanalen & Moulin de Kerflous, red and white chain across the road. Go round to the left of farm buildings and follow this track.

2. Reach a little roadway and turn right at the junction. Proceed along this road passing two or three houses up a bank on the left. At this point the tarmac ends. Proceed on the track eventually bearing left and up a slight incline to the road. At this junction turn right and go through the Hamlet.

3. At the far end of the Hamlet the last two houses have well cut hedges these are approximately opposite a 60 Kilometre sign. Here turn left onto a sandy track which joins the trackbed of the former railway line.

Go to 5 if not following the diversion

4. DIVERSION - After three quarters of a mile a hamlet comes into view on the right and in a further 50 yards turn right go over an old stone stile and turn right along a little path. Go under the railway bridge over a stream and fork right in 30 yards. The ascent to St Brigitte chapel is short and steep it is well maintained and sits on a knoll opposite farm buildings and is usually open but there is little of interest inside.

5. Return to the railway track and continue to the road at Le Juch with its former platform, now a grassy bank, on your left and an information board on your right. Turn left up 'Route de la Gare' passing the village lavoir on the right, continue uphill and return to the village passing the Church on your right.


Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.


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