Itinéraires de randonnée
Pedestrian sports, Hiking itinerary Le Pralère
This pleasant route has some superb panoramic views that you can admire whilst following a fairly easy path along the ridge.
Pedestrian sports, Hide and seek/treasure hunt, Geocaching Les mystères de l'Arve
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Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route 27 - Tour des Voirons
Perfect for a first experience of a "red level" circuit. You'll especially enjoy the little Col de Saxel (943 m), which is ideally positioned at the half-way point and has all the right characteristics for an introduction to mountain biking!
Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route 24 - Circuit de la Pierre aux Fées
A short but hilly route to visit the dolmen of La Pierre-aux-Fées, where a picnic site has been created - so why not take a packed lunch?
Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route 22 - Plateau des Bornes Nord
A long continuous climb up to La Chapelle-Rambaud, the highest peak of the Bornes mountain range, gives you a chance to you explore the forest trails from the plateau that bring you to the foot of Le Salève, which you then follow, finishing with a downhill section.
Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route ViaRhôna - Etape Genève-Chancy-Vulbens
This stage of around 25 km (depending on variations) is fairly challenging, but will allow you to discover very varied locations: the famous Genevois wine growing region and its bucolic villages.
Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route Col de la Croisette versant ouest
This pass is an awesome steep gradient - just what climbers love! But don't forget to check out the vast panoramic view of the Geneva Basin and the Genevois area of Haute-Savoie, with the Jura range and the Crêt de la Neige in the distance. Gradient: 10%
Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route 49 - Thonon / Annemasse
The route has been signposted for cycle tourists passing through the area.
Cycling sports, Cycle tourism route Montée de la table d'orientation du Salève
Lying apart from the surrounding mountains, the Salève is an excellent viewpoint. As you gain height, Geneva and its water jet, a large part of the lake, and the Jura Mountains gradually come into view. Gradient: 7%
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