Sentier des Boëdets

In our local dialect "Boëdets" are small pig sties. In bygone years, there were small huts all along this path used to stable animals.


Saint-Germain: the start point of this path and a roman road, the hamlet of St-Germain has mill restored in 1987 by the inhabitants and volunteers from the area. Today, batches of bread are baked from May to September ans the mill is open to the public in July and August. The dates when the batches of bread are baked and the mill opening hours are published on the Séez Tourist Office website:
The Plan du Mont: from this plateau equipped with picnic tables you get panoramic views over the valley

Departure: St-Germain car park.
How to get there:
- On foot: from the loop of Comtesse Cécile 1h15 departing from Pont du Reclus (hiking sheet available for free at the tourist office)
- By car: from Séez, follow the direction Col du Petit St-Bernard, 2km away at Villard-Dessus take the road on your left between the Hotel Le Relais des Villards and the Auberge du Val Joli, towards St-Germain.

From St-Germain hamlet car park go up the street beside the chapel.
When you get to the Plan du Mont follow the sign to the Mont d'en Haut.
At the Mont d'en Haut, take the path down to Mont-Villaret.
At Mont-Villaret, take the path to Champlan to return to St-Germain. To go back on a different way via the Comtesse Cécile loop follow the sign to Cottier and the road to the right.
In Cottier, go through the hamlet and follow the sign to Séez. This path will take you back to Séez via the Pont du Mont and the Comtesse Cécile loop (approximately 1 hour)

From 07/01 to 10/31 : open daily.

Free of charge

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