Chantilly is about 50 kilometers north of the center of Paris, France, and is famous for its castle, forest, and racetrack. Up to now, there is still a huge area of forest around the small town. It used to be a hunting and horse racing place for the French royal nobles. It is now used for horse racing activities and has a strong horse culture atmosphere.
Hiking in Coye-la-Forêt in the northern outskirts of Paris, the wind and sunshine are normal but actually great. The forest is very cool. It is hidden in the clouds several times in the middle, and the breeze is blowing.
The Forêt de Chantilly forest is vast, beautiful and quiet, with dense green grass, shrubs and many ancient temperate plants. Maples, pine trees, chestnut trees, oak trees, etc. cover the sky. During the empire, it was always a hunting ground for the royal family. It is a 30-minute walk from the train station.
Behind the Chantilly Castle is a pristine forest, a paradise for hunters, densely wooded, and there are large wild animals living here and making it a good place for hunting.