“Les roches de Ham” is a natural site to the South of Saint-Lô.

In the heart of Norman bocage country it's a typical landscape, with its farmland criss-crossed by hedges and trees.
“Les roches de Ham” is a 105m high cliff of schist, towering over the river Vire.
From this spot, you will enjoy a splendid panorama over the surrounding countryside and the winding river.

Many trails include “les roches de Ham” in their itinerary. Greenways (voies vertes) are ideal if you fancy exploring the countryside around St-Lo, on foot on a bicycle or on horseback.


Les roches de Ham