Thirty minutes from Paris, the Fontainebleau forest offers you a gigantic sports and leisure space as well as, of course, a unique natural space.
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Fontainebleau an exceptional forest
This natural and protected area of 25,000 hectares constitutes a veritable green lung, just forty minutes from the capital.
With 1,600 km of forest roads and 300 km of marked trails, the Fontainebleau forest is a paradise for walkers and hikers. Quiet paths, discovery circuits, interpretation trails, walks suitable for people with reduced mobility ... the multiple walks offer the possibility of discovering the wide range of landscapes, between moors and coniferous forests, sandy areas and sandstone landscapes. The bravest can tackle the tour of the massif by mountain bike. This is one of Fontainebleau's great assets: the forest can be explored on foot as well as on two-wheelers or on horseback.
The Fontainebleau forest is also an internationally renowned site for rock climbing and rock climbing. Again, this sport can be practiced by amateurs of all levels, families or experienced rock climbers. The ancient Brière forest has become a life-size recreation area, while preserving its exceptional biodiversity.