Poor people's path
In the early 14th century, this path was used by poor people who walked once a week to La Part-Dieu to eat a plate of soup after Mass.
Both the path and the monastery date back to 1307, the path having been used previously by the monks and oxen that went to the river in search of the rocks needed to build the monastery.
Nowadays, this 7 km. path is easily accessible and ends at the "Buvette des Amis de la Chia" (open on weekends).
Start: By car, stop near the bridge of La Trême River at the edge of the forest. It is marked where you are to start off.