The Bois de la Pigarnière wood borders the Lac de l'Angle-Guignard, which stretches along the Lay River through a succession of original valleys.


On the opposite bank of the Angle-Guignard reservoir, the Bois de la Pigarnière offers walkers a remarkable view of
the last meander of the lake in front of the water reservoir. The lucky ones can sometimes observe the circaète Jean-Le-Blanc, a fan of the bocage environment, flying over this large reservoir.
The many trails with their many faces are a delight for walkers, hikers and other joggers.

Inaugurated in 1951, the Angle Guignard dam now controls a six-kilometre-long natural reservoir containing more than 2 million cubic metres of water and supplying 62 municipalities.

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