Elevation of the stage
Waytypes of the stage
Surface of the stage
Follow the greenway all along this stage (although you need to take a road link to reach Corbigny).
Unofficial link to Corbigny
At Marigny, leave the canal and take the D 216 road, then, on the right, a little road for Chitry-les-Mines. Take care cycling up the D 977 bis road to Corbigny.
SNCF train services
Train stations at Clamecy, Tannay and Corbigny
TER regional line Paris > Auxerre > Cravant > Clamecy > Corbigny (c. 5 trains per day). Note that few trains go further south than Cravant and check timetables closely before setting out. Also consider the option of using a specialist private minibus shuttle service – see http://www.navette-nivernais.fr
Clamecy: tel 03 86 27 02 51
Tannay: tel 03 86 29 32 20
Corbigny: tel 03 86 20 02 53
Clamecy : historic capital of the river mariners who floated wood downstream – lovely 12th-century church – historic quarters - Musée Romain Rolland (on the 1915 winner of the Nobel Prize for literature), tel 03 86 27 17 99 –
Tannay: a pretty winemakers’ village – the religious canons’ house – the 13th-century collegiate church - Brèves: Romain Rolland’s grave - Chaumot: La Gloriette, former home of another famed literary figure, Jules Renard, author of Poil de Carotte – Chitry-les-Mines: former lead and silver mines - Jules Renard statue – 17th-century château, open to visitors 15/06 to 15/09, tel 03 86 20 11 48 - Corbigny: a lively little town - Saint-Léonard Abbey – cattle market - La Chapelle tile factory.
Clamecy: Saturday mornings
Tannay: Sunday mornings
Corbigny: Friday mornings