Chaussée Jules-César walking trails in the Vexin Français
A legacy of the Gallo-Roman era, the Chaussée Jules-César offers several walking circuits combining nature, charming villages and heritage sites.
The Chaussée Jules-César is a former Roman road that has helped shape the landscape and identity of the Vexin Français regional nature park for 2000 years.
Exploring the part of the Chaussée north of Pontoise, a town brimming with art and history, is the ideal way to begin 7 walking circuits ranging from 11 km to 17.5 km in length: - JC1 - Caesar’s camp - Starting from Nucourt / 13km / 3h15 - JC2 - Wide open spaces - Starting from Bellay-en-Vexin / 15km / 4h - JC3 - Between Caesar and Brunehaut - Starting from Us / 17km / - JC4 - Water and bread - Starting from Commeny / 14km / - JC5 - The Chaussée Jules César and the Viosne valley - Starting from Boissy-l’Aillerie / 12km / 3h V5 - Exploring Magny - Starting from Magny-en-Vexin / 11km / 3h - V9 - The watercress beds of the guard post - Starting from Nucourt / 14km / 4h
Along the way, discover the 13th-century monolithic crosses, orchards, old farms, the Château de Théméricourt, the Musée archéologique départemental du Val-d’Oise and archaeological remains. You can also stock up on local products, such as Vexin lentils and mustards. Plenty to keep you busy on your next country weekends in the Paris Region!
Days and opening hours
All year round.