The Grand Mont of Sigy-en-Bray
76780 SIGY-EN-BRAY / Pays de Bray
The "Grand Mont de Sigy" Hill is located between the Andelle Valley and the Roulée Valley. Its distinctive feature is that it has a horseshoe relief. It is a striking feature of the landscape and one of the rare hills in the Pays de Bray that is not wooded. This calcareous grassland is home to numerous orchids. Peaking at 186 m above sea level, this site offers a breathtaking view over the Pays de Bray, the village of Sigy and its 13th century Abbey.
A hiking trail stretches across the site and allows visitors to admire the panoramic view and the fauna and flora of this sensitive natural area.
This site belongs and is managed by the village of Sigy-en-Bray.