Autour de Chissey-en-Morvan

Foot, Mountain biking in Chissey-en-Morvan
8.9 km
Foot
2h 30min
Medium
8.9 km
Mountain biking
2h 30min
Medium
8.9 km
2h 30min
Medium
  • Turn right to go back down the Michel de Chaugy road for about 200 m, at the crossroads turn left for 20 m, then left again on Rue de la Garde, which you will follow for 500 m on a small tarmac road.
    Then take the main road for 2.7 km and you are on the old Roman road. At the crossroads of the 4 paths, follow the signs and go down towards the D980 for 800 m, shortly before the main road you will see the Château de Buis on your right. At the bottom of this path turn left and take the Rd for...
    Turn right to go back down the Michel de Chaugy road for about 200 m, at the crossroads turn left for 20 m, then left again on Rue de la Garde, which you will follow for 500 m on a small tarmac road.
    Then take the main road for 2.7 km and you are on the old Roman road. At the crossroads of the 4 paths, follow the signs and go down towards the D980 for 800 m, shortly before the main road you will see the Château de Buis on your right. At the bottom of this path turn left and take the Rd for 100 m then right onto Rue de la Mouche, 200 m. After crossing the bridge over the Ternin, turn right at the foot of the Maison de la Place onto a track for 500 m, then right again at the crossroads onto a track running along the meadows towards Valouze for 1 km. At the end of this path, find the tarmac on your right and take it (200 m) in the rue des Boulandiares. At the end of this street turn left through the hamlet of Valouze and then straight on at the first crossroads towards the Rue du Lavoir (1.4 km) between tarmac and track, you will pass the Lavoir de Valouze. At the bottom of this path, turn right onto the tarmac for 200m, then at the crossroads turn left onto the route de Vaussery, continue straight on for 200m and after the bridge turn right onto rue Chagnot towards the village. At the top of this street turn left along the road and return to the starting point.
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