REGIONAL NATURAL PARK PERIGORD-LIMOUSIN
La Chateline is inseparable from the Périgord-Limousin Regional Natural Park (PNRPL) because the waters of La Chateline owe their purity and freshness to it.
The Périgord-Limousin regional natural park is characterized by its relative diversity of landscapes subject to oceanic influence. It is home to agricultural and wooded environments articulated on either side of the first western foothills of the Massif Central, ranging between 100 and 500 meters above sea level.
The rivers crossing the park belong to three different hydrographic basins: Charente (Charente, Bandiat, La Tardoire), Dordogne (Côte, Nizonne, Isle and especially the famous Dronne, one of the last wild rivers of Europe) and the Loire (Vienne, Arthonnet, Gorre and Graine).
There are many ponds and ponds in addition to the rivers. The territory of the park is rich in animals and plants, sometimes rare and protected. The national inventory of natural heritage has established a list of 1,103 species present in the park.
Since 1978, the 4,500 federal guides trained by the FFMM and members of its affiliated associations travel the trails of rural and mountain areas, all over France and in distant lands. Each year more than 38,000 practitioners are affected by the Federation French from the Mountain environment.
Like LA CHÂTELINE, the FFMM is attached to environmental values that engage the preservation of water, land, flora and fauna, and our planet.
Nouvelle-Aquitaine delegation: FFMM 12, rue du Pot au Lait 24000 PERIGUEUX.