04-May-2002 -- Unsatisfactory map material and the report of visitor#1 lured me to access this confluence from the south. I left the A84 at EXIT40 and drove on the N174 NNW and turned after about 2.7 km direction the west into secondary road D159. Through hilly landscape (SW) I continued to the junction (48.9877° N 0.9994° W) further to the north into the access road. From there you may see the CP already (I didn't know this when approaching). This road ended at two farmhouses (distance ~500 m).
Onto a narrow track across the fields I drove on in the direction NW (48.997° N 0.994° W). From there led me overgrown path into the valley towards north. The first obstacle was an armoured electrical fence, then over a marshy pasture, a brook (48.9991° N 0.994° W), again an electrical fence (active) and finally a good gravel road uphill. With a view to the back of a farmstead I crossed a meadow towards the WEST facing the CP.
Again there was an electrical fence, through the hedge and then a cornfield with the CP along the hedge. A look to the south on the opposite slope of the valley shows me the starting point of my walk aim.
On the way back to the car I decided to have a look for a more pleasant access route. After quite a number of wanderings I finally found a junction with signpost 'La Milanderie' and 'La Rogerie' (49.002° N 0.989° W) on the D451. The road ran westward through pastures and meadows. I passed 'La Rogerie' and then a gate at the back of 'La Milanderie' with a direct look on the CP. It is only about 130 m and no electrical fence at all.
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