The Pays d’Uzerche offers you numerous walking paths to discover the hidden treasures of our territory.

Discover the walking itineraries…


If you like walking, search no more !


The Pays d’Uzerche offers you walking paths from the family level to the expert hiker.


Those walks are for you a way to discover our heritage, to observe animals and to revitalize yourself!


Read our walking itineraries:



Hike in the forest in Condat sur Ganaveix

From the Brasdascou to the Ganaveix in Condat sur Ganaveix

P.O.C. and dolmen hike in Espartignac

Back to the roots in Eyburie

Lake route in Lamongerie and Masseret

Market town route in Lamongerie

Lovely landscapes and heritage in Meilhards

Coquette de Meilhards paths in Meilhards

From falls to viaducts in Saint-Ybard

The meander route in Uzerche

Old bridge route in Vigeois

Vezere river route in Vigeois

La Roche route in Vigeois

From the lake to the two mills in Vigeois


Follow your common sense!


Make sure you have appropriate shoes and clothes, water and a walking stick.

Do not burn or bury your waste. Take them back with you.

Only leave your footprint.

Do not take nothing else but photographs.



You love nature, respect it!

Organised rambles in Meilhards


Every Wednesdays

Duration: 1h


Open to everyone

Departure from the village hall at 3:30 pm

Walk not fast and accessible to everyone

Fluorescent jacket is mandatory!


Organised by the association Meli Melo de Meilhards:


06 80 46 71 74     or     05 55 98 31 70

The Vezere River in a donkey-drawn carriage


The time of a walk in a carriage, discover Uzerche on its West side, wild and secret at the same time. The fortifications, the stationery shop, the Bécharie Gardens tower, the Vezere dykes…


Departure at the stationery shop

Length: about 30 minutes

Drive for 4 adults maximum – or 6 people if children (to be seen depending of

their age).

From June to September on reservation 24h in advance

Jean-François Cottrant – 06 32 23 61 94    or    05 55 98 08 02



Go to the official website 

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