App – The Mysteries of the Roche d’Oëtre

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The “Mystères à la Roche d’Oëtre” (Mysteries at La Roche d’Oëtre) App is a new way of discovering the history, geology, fauna and flora of La Roche d’Oëtre.

The aim is to raise awareness of nature among young visitors to La Roche d’Oëtre with this application, which offers discovery trails on a modern medium (smartphone/tablet) with information points and a games section. All of this is available in a variety of formats, including text, video, 2D animation and audio testimonials.

Carte postale Mysteres à la Roche d'Oëtre

Orlith will be your guide, he’s the most talkative of green lizards at La Roche d’Oëtre! With this lizard who manages to get everywhere, you’ll discover legends and tales dating back to a time when people lived off what they could find in the forest, mixed with many other mysteries. As for the seemingly silent rocks of the Rouvre, Orlith will be able to tell you some astonishing stories of old!

In all, there are no fewer than eleven information and explanation points and anecdotes – not to mention games – on this app like no other.

The app is available from Apple Store and Google Play store. You can download it on site at La Roche d’Oëtre where there is free Wi-Fi access.

Once you’ve downloaded the content, you don’t need a connection.
Suitable for families
2 km – fairly steep route, particularly for access to the Rouvre gorges
Duration: 1h30

This application is aimed at young people as well as families, school groups and leisure centres. Suitable for younger visitors, it adds to the wide range of activities already on offer in this sensitive natural area, such as the nature walks offered throughout the year with a CPIE guide specialising in flora and fauna, sporting activities with the Orne Adventure Park Accrobranche, the orienteering course offered by the Tourist Information Office team at La Roche d'Oëtre, and the granite trail (self-guided discovery tour) linking La Roche d'Oëtre to the Maison du Paysage. An opportunity to spend a whole day on one of the most beautiful natural sites in the Orne.