"Dyonisien" is the name of the inhabitants of Saint-Denis-de-Vaux. With this ride, the Dyonisians invite you to share something dear to them: pretty paths that are still the playgrounds of the kids in the village, cliffs or "teux" in patois, aging religious signs, testimonies of a faith no doubt inspired by the wide views over the Vallée des Vaux.Find the starting point arriving in the village, go near the church, a parking lot is located next to the main entrance. You are at the starting point. From the totem, take the direction of Jambles. (1) Leave the Chaseau cross (1767) on the right and take CV n ° 1 to leave the village (2). At the first crossroads, the old cemetery overlooks the town, turn right. On your left the Cow then the Moineries and on the right the Chaumottes; a little dish before the climb. At the lowest point on your left, Le trou de Crouzot, the limit of the town of Givry. Go to the top of the road. Right Les Boussières. (3) At the crossing on your left Jambles, on the right, Barizey. Take a few minutes and make 100 m towards Jambles to discover Mont Avril, then set off towards Barizey, on the road to the right. (4) After 400 m on the road, before the first houses in Barizey, turn right into the path between woods, meadows (Les Prés Fleuris) and vines. After 200 m of elevation the path becomes stony. The Bois du Sarrot on the left, the vineyards of the treasures, then Corcelles on the right, you are on the Roman road, which goes to Mellecey. At the crossroads of dirt roads, go straight. On your right Les Buviers then Les Varennes. You arrive on a tarmac path towards the cross of the Saint-Denis wash house (5). The washhouse has been "the village gazette" for many years. Advance to the first houses. Then take straight on rue Verte, Le Verger on the left, Pré Petot then Meix Chaseau on the right, another 300 m and you are at the starting point.
- Difference in height
- 130.29 m
- GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
- Points of interest
- 130 meters of difference in height