Moulin du Chaos

Moulin du Chaos, Huelgoat: Address, Moulin du Chaos Reviews: 4.5/5

Moulin du Chaos
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Zak
Devon, UK20 contributions
A must see!
Jun 2019 • Family
Step into a magical place, let the kids imagination run away. It can be quite sloppy, wear good shoes!
Written 1 September 2019
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Travelling Steve
Staffordshire, UK173 contributions
Amazing place so understated but fascinating to explore
Aug 2019
Went to Huelgoat as part of a D-Day trail across France, parked up and found this place which although hardly signposted was lovely, great to explore. not always easy terrain and some of the ladders a bit slippy and dark but wonderful. kids would love it.
Written 20 August 2019
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colinagmorgan
Huelgoat, France14 contributions
Great Photo opportunity
Jun 2019 • Friends
The chaos is exactly what it is, water from the lake flows through amongst huge boulders. Take a walk past the Cafe la Grotte, better still go in there first, great place to sit and relax with drink and take on the view of the Chaos, the Lake and passers by. Locals eat on there, crepes , day no more! Take the path alongside the Cafe and explore through the Chaos of boulders, take care as you exit with the tree roots underfoot. Keep going and you will see the sign for Roche Tremblant,be careful making your way down towards it when it is in view. Below to the right is a Bar/ Creperie, lovely place if you can out up with the wasps/ flies of the outdoors.
Written 4 June 2019
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Joachim S
Großkarolinenefeld219 contributions
Very impressive
Jun 2017
The walk is really wonderful and a MUST for every Brittany visitor. Start at the lake of Huelgoat and visit the Chaos du Moulin, the Groote du Diable, the Roche Tremblante (a stone with 137 tons, which can be osciliated) and Camp d'Artus.
Written 14 June 2017
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Richard C
157 contributions
Afternoon Walk
Feb 2017 • Friends
This is the start of " Foret de Huelgoat" when i visited it was shut, maybe as it was February. There is really not much to see now, the wheel for the mechanism is not there more is the pity.
Written 3 March 2017
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Martijn F
Nes, The Netherlands185 contributions
Beautiful watermill
Jul 2016 • Family
Right at the start of the walk through Huelgoat Forest, you can find this Watermill. It's beautiful and shows a little bit of what you can expect of the rest of the forest: a small stream with lots of boulders and rocks, among tall trees.
Written 28 July 2016
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Linda H
Nottingham, UK255 contributions
Off the "Tourist Trail" Fascinating and well worth a visit.
Aug 2015 • Couples
While touring Brittany, we stopped off at Huelgoat, a tiny village in Morlaix and easily missed. Next to a lake and over the bridge we found Moulin du Chaos, what had been an old watermill, at the start of an impressive, fascinating and unusual rock formation. Locals told us of a walkable path, along an old lead/silver mine, that joins the national park. (Parc Naturel Regional d Amorique.) We explored this path, and discovered Devil's Cave, and the famous, in its own right "Trembeling Rock". Impress your children by making this 100 tonne rock move with the touch of a finger ! Further along the path was an old ampithetre, and another unusual rock formation shaped like a mushroom. Walkable with care, some stairs and rails around, but not everywhere. Children would need very close supervision, devils cave goes a long way down, some accessible huge boulders have a sheer drop the other side. As long as you are sensible this is a treat not to be missed.
Around the lake are places to stay and eat, with many serving French Crape's. The national park has camping and caravan facilities.
Written 2 September 2015
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