On minor roads between Ver-sur-Launette and Gressy, after which the Canal de l’Ourcq serves as your thread through the département, or county, of Seine-Saint-Denis just northeast of the French capital. The route crosses the suburban towns of Tremblay-en-France, Villepinte, Sevran, Aulnay-sous-Bois, Bondy and Villemomble. Specific EV3 signposting is in place up to Ver-sur-Launette.
Surfacing in parts smooth, in parts rough: compacted tracks and asphalt. A few stretches along rough farm tracks.
To the Coulée Verte de l’Aqueduc de la Dhuis from the Parc de Sevran (via the GR14a hiking trail)
- Close to the route, Le Plessis-Belleville train station: regional TER trains Paris ⇄ Crépy-en-Valois
- Access to several fast crossrail line RER B stations serving Greater Paris between Villeparisis - Mitry-le-Neuf and Sevran
- Parc Jean-Jacques Rousseau
- Ermenonville Forest
- The vestiges of the Poudrerie Nationale (an explosives factory built in 1867) in La Poudrerie Forest Park