East Creuse bicycle route

East Creuse bicycle route

East Bicycle Route, between Berry, Combraille and Plateau de Millevaches!

To ride from Boussac or Chambonchard to Lake Vassivière, passing through Chambon sur Voueize, Evaux les Bains, Aubusson, Felletin.

Eastern Bicycle Route


168 km (2354 m D+)

Starting point: Saint Pierre le Bost
Branding: Véloroute

4 stages:

Boussac > Chambon sur Voueize: 37.4km
Chambon sur Voueize > Etang de la Naute: 32.8km
Etang de la Naute > Felletin: 27.3km
Felletin > Lac de Vassivière: 32.2km

Download the .gpx of the route: velorouteestcreuse.gpx

East Bicycle Route Elevation Profile: East Bicycle Route Profile

The Creuse bike tour:

Royère de Vassivière > Boussac: 126.4km

The links:

Liaison “Corrèze”: 18km (233D+): LiaisonCorreze.gpx
Liaison “Chambonchard” : 13km (185D+) : LiaisonChambonchard.gpx
Liaison “Allier” : 11km (114D+) : LiaisonAllier.gpx

Eastern Bicycle Route


Description of the itinerary

Connecting several departments (Cher to the north, Allier to the east, Corrèze and Haute Vienne to the south), the 168 km Eastern Bicycle Route crosses the Pays Combraille en Marche to join the Pays Sud Creusois up to the Regional Natural Park of Millevaches in Limousin.

This route along the water, Landes and La Naute ponds; Lavaud-Gelade and Vassivière lakes, will delight nature lovers. Follow in the footsteps of George Sand in Boussac, visit the abbey of Chambon-sur-Voueize, relax in the charming spa town of Evaux-les-Bains and discover the secrets of tapestry in Aubusson and Felletin. The Véloroute Est takes you to visit the most beautiful landscapes of the Creuse and its rich and varied heritage.


Laure tells about her adventure on the Creuse loop by bike:

“If you love nature, if you want to escape the noise of the city, to disconnect completely, I think this is the region for you!”

Read the testimonial on site: www.francevelotourisme.com

Laure from Paris area - July 22, 2019


The must-have document for your cycling vacations in Creuse!!
Flick through and download the brochure!
You’ll find the 2 major West and East cycle routes, the two North and South links, as well as the local cycling loops.

Discover the maps of the routes with their mileages, descriptions of the places crossed, altimetric profiles, and practical information (bike rentals, repairs…).