You will stroll through numerous Christmas tree plantations. The commune is one of the most productive of the Morvan. But the theme of the hike is the Pierre à Boron located in the hamlet of the same name. Here is the legend: A very pious woman lived with her son in a hut next to this stone.
Every day, she stopped to pray in front of the stone. On Palm Sunday, while she was praying, a winged serpent (the Vouivre) passed in front of her. The stone and the trees shook and then the stone opened up, revealing a cave full of riches. The woman entered, laid her child on a barrel and began to take home all the gold she could. When she returned to the stone to take more wealth, it had closed, imprisoning the child. The young woman threw all the gold into the nettles and came every day to pray before the stone. A year later, the stone reopened and the woman was able to get her child back. When the stone closed again, the winged serpent passed by the young woman again. For a mother, all the gold in the world is not worth her child.