Two brothers proposed a dive in the 1700s to work the meninges and calves.
Initially, c’was a project for the Fête des meras. Arthur and William Gosselin imaginaiint a small family treasure hunt in the bois du Jorat. «Finally l’idea took some’scale and we have made it an activity open to all», tell those who’it is now appropriate to’call the Brigand Brothers. Their concept is simple: a course of 20 to 25 km and six puzzles to solve in order to reach the treasure. «C’is a dive into the 1700s on the theme of the Brigands of Jorat», explain the initiators, who relied in particular on historical texts.