Welcome to Via Allier, the route of Véloroute 70, this route proposes you
to discover the Puy-de-Dôme department along the Allier river. The
112-kilometer route, from the Limagne plains to the north
with his hilltop villages of the south of the department, is entirely marked out on low-traffic roads or cycle lanes.
We propose a presentation in five parts of about 20 km each for a touristic discovery.
Today, the Via Allier is entirely marked out on a shared road in the departments of Puy-de-Dôme and Allier.
Gradually, the route is equipped with sections of greenways. In a few months, the route will be marked out in the Cher and Haute-Loire.
> PART 1, from Saint-Priest-Bramefant to Crevant-Laveine.
This section of the route runs near the majestic and wild Allier, hosting large areas sometimes occupied by the river, sometimes returned to the
terrestrial flora and fauna. From the Allier department with its rather gentle and rolling terrain, we can guess the next more contrasting height differences.
Via Allier (V70) – Parcours complet : la Véloroute le long de l’Allier de Saint-Priest-Bramefant à Brassac-les-Mines