The Locarn moorlands make up a 350ha mix of natural environments. Various types of moorland succeed one another here: high gorse moorlands, cropped heather moorlands, and wooded and peat bog moorlands. Activities are organised by the 'Maison du patrimoine' (Heritage Discovery Centre) to help you explore the diversity of plants and animals that populate the site: high moorlands, French 'bocage' fields and hedgerows, small, wild valleys etc. Rare flora (spoon-leaved sundew, bog asphodel, etc.) and fauna (hen harriers, Dartford warblers etc.) Leave from the Quélénec car park - the 8km pathway is waymarked. 12 stopping points are an opportunity for you to observe, understand and explore this natural heritage.