Useful advices
Marking signs to follow

To help you find your way around, routes are equipped with directional trail-running markers, measuring 12x12cm or 8x8cm, with grey writing on a white background.
In urban areas, markers are different, with white writing on a brown background.

On each marker is placed the number(s) of the route with colour of difficulty (green - blue - red - black). The trail markers are placed at regular intervals, at each change of direction. Between two directional trail markers, follow the existing hiking markers.


Before your run :

  • Check the weather forecast before you leave, the itineraries can be dangerous in case of bad weather
  • Find out about the state of the route
  • Before you leave Inform someone close to you of your itinerary and the planned timetables Take water and food and drink

On routes :

  • Please respect the natural and agricultural environments you pass through
  • Close the barriers after you have passed through
  • Stay on the paths and do not cut the laces
  • All parts of the route using public roads are subject to the Highway Code please make sure that you observe them
  • Keep all your rubbish with you
A problem ? Report it !

In case of problem (no marking-signs, environmental problems...), do not hesitate to signal this problem by using the reporting tool available on the route page, on the website (button under the map). You will be able to geolocate the problem and also send a corresponding photo. The Espace manager will be automatically notified of your report and will be able to check and deal with the problem.