All you need to know the Via Allier
Key information about the cycle route to prepare your journey
The Via Allier is a 435km-long cycle route that crosses the Auvergne from north to south, taking you up the Allier River. The route runs close to this river from its confluence with the Loire near Nevers down to Langogne in the county of Lozère, close to the river’s spring. In the longer term, the route will go as far south as the Mediterranean.
Beyond providing fine cycling, the Via Allier offers splendid opportunities for discovering the varied riches of the old Auvergne region, going at your own pace.