A little paradise for hikers, the Roannais offers hilly landscapes, groves, vineyards, beautiful nature with a thousand faces to discover. Trails and circuits lead you along the Loire, in the heart of the Madeleine, Lyonnais and Beaujolais mountains or on the paths of Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle: tie your laces and let's go!

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La Roche

La Roche

La Roche

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D’une colline à l’autre – PR 14

D’une colline à l’autre – PR 14

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Entre Loire et ciel

Entre Loire et ciel

Entre Loire et ciel

Entre Loire et ciel

Entre Loire et ciel

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Passinge

Passinge

Passinge

Passinge

Passinge

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La Croix du Sud

La Croix du Sud

La Croix du Sud

La Croix du Sud

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Le château de Chaugy

Le château de Chaugy

Le château de Chaugy

Le château de Chaugy

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Cascade de Corbillon

Cascade de Corbillon

Cascade de Corbillon

Cascade de Corbillon

Cascade de Corbillon

Cascade de Corbillon

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Hikes and walks on the Monts de la Madeleine massif

The Monts de la Madeleine are located in the extension of the Massif Central straddling the departments of Allier and Loire. They are spread over 120 hectares between the towns of Roanne and Vichy. Mid-mountain area, the summit of the massif located in the original forest of the black woods, is the Puy de Montoncel. It rises to 1287 meters above sea level. The massif has remarkable heritage, natural or cultural assets and is perfect for hiking. Let yourself be charmed by the Madeleine mountains and their dense and mysterious forests, their peat bogs, guardians of biodiversity, their deep valleys carved by preserved streams ...

Hikes and walks on the banks of the Loire

From Pouilly-sous-Charlieu to Saint-Georges-de-Baroille, the Loire crosses the Roannais. The Loire, the longest river in France, shaped the Roannais. Many activities revolve around and on the banks of the Loire. Hiking reigns supreme in this part of the territory. The Loire Nature trail, the most famous walk in Roanne which revolves around the longest river in France, allows a la carte walks as close as possible to the Loire and the Canal de Roanne à Digoin, without forgetting the Gravières de Mâtel.