After spending nearly the entire day exploring the enclos paroissiaux of Brittany, I took a break from the granite churches, the ossuary’s and ornamented Calvaries that were all starting to look the same. I took a short detour that led me to the Roc’h Trévezel which is the second highest peak of the Breton part of the Armorican Massif in the Monts d'Arrée. Just like the Ménez Kador, it reaches 384 metres (1,260 ft) in altitude. After a short climb through ferns, bracken and heather, one reaches the top where there are stunning views over the region including the St-Michel Reservoir in the south. There were a lot of people scrambling for a place to stand along the “dragon’s backbone” in order to take photos of the surrounding moorland. On the way down, I was surprised to see several men trying to bike up the narrow path. It seems that this is a popular biking stage during the Paris-Brest-Paris route.