Starting from Amettes, you will reach Ferfay. It’s the place where St. Lugle and St. Luglien’s stele, Irish martyrs, is located. In Marles-les-mines, not far from the GR route, there is the mine museum.
You could see the first “terrils”, these typical heaps of coal wastes of the north France mining region. Arrival in Bruay-la-Buissière, urban area, once historica step in Sigeric’s trip. Its noteworthy monuments are an “art déco” swimming pool, a stadium and its garden, classified as historical monument in 1997.
The leg has a length of 25.5 km, following the well marked GR145. The site is under construction, but you can find information on the route to the official Randonnée Pédestre site of the department of the Hauts-de-France region.