The Via Francigena stretch in France is approved by Fédération Française de la Randonnée Pédestre and marked as GR145®.
GR® are long-distance footpaths in France featuring a good standard of safety and quality of the route.
We inform you that site upgrade is ongoing to complete the list of stages in French territory, including gps maps and descriptions. The route of the Via Francigena runs from Calais, Hauts-de-France Region, then Reims in the Grand Est Region, to the Swiss border, near Jougne and the village of Les Fourgs in the Bourgogne Franche-Comté Region.
These information were provided by Comité régional du tourisme de Champagne-Ardenne (previous French region), the bureau d'information de tourisme de Champlitte, associate with the Office de Tourisme des 4 Rivières, and the town of Champlitte, the coordination center for the development of Via Francigena in France.