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Circuit pédestre : Les Buis

Walking in Champsanglard
6.4 km
Loop
on foot
1h 30min
Easy
  • The Latin origin of Champsanglard?s name, "Campus singulariser", and the presence of remains demonstrate a human presence dating from at least the Gallo-Roman period. It is bordered by the river La Creuse. Retained by a hydroelectric dam, La Creuse forms a 55-hectare artificial lake, the largest of the "Three Lakes" that follow one another on its bed.

    Part of the commune is classified as a "NATURA 2000" zone for the richness and diversity of its flora and fauna, notably the small...
    The Latin origin of Champsanglard?s name, "Campus singulariser", and the presence of remains demonstrate a human presence dating from at least the Gallo-Roman period. It is bordered by the river La Creuse. Retained by a hydroelectric dam, La Creuse forms a 55-hectare artificial lake, the largest of the "Three Lakes" that follow one another on its bed.

    Part of the commune is classified as a "NATURA 2000" zone for the richness and diversity of its flora and fauna, notably the small yellow-bellied toad.
133 meters of difference in height
  • Maximum altitude : 454 m
  • Minimum altitude : 364 m
  • Total positive elevation : 133 m
  • Total negative elevation : -133 m
  • Max positive elevation : 39 m
  • Min positive elevation : -59 m