Walk in the Chevreloup arboretum

The arboretum of Chevreloup is a park where many species of trees, it is located next to the Palace of Versailles.

The arboretum of Chevreloup is a park where there are a very large number of different tree species. The park is very large and the admission fee is 4 euros. You can picnic, but there is not a lot of tables in the shade. Bikes are allowed, not animals. If you are fond of trees you will like very much the Chevreloup arboretum.

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Duration: 3 h.

The trees in the Park

The trees in the Park

The alley of Cedars

The alley of Cedars

Ginkgo tree

Ginkgo tree
The Ginkgo is a very old tree species, may live up to 2000 years in China.

The Atlas Cedar

The Atlas Cedar
Very beautiful Cedars from the Atlas.

The stump of a tree

The stump of a tree

Giant Sequoia

Giant Sequoia
The King of trees, originally from the Sierra Nevada it can live 3,000 years.

The trees in the Park

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The trees in the Park
There are a lot of trees, but paradoxically there is no shade. Be careful in the summer.

Entry/exit of the arboretum

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Entry/exit of the arboretum
The entrance is not easy to find, there is just a small sign. The arboretum is located opposite the shopping centre Parly 2.
Start of the walk (Google Maps)

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