A little tour of the plain

Route Information

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Region
Difficulty
Easy
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Duration
Ascent
Descent

Description

A flat loop ideal for beginners and families

The Chablais region is a great playground for gravel cyclists, as this flat loop shows as it takes you on a journey of discovery along some charming and little-known paths. Departing from the World Cycling Centre, you follow the Grande Eau before a short climb through the vineyards of Yvorne. You then head in the direction of Lake Geneva, zigzagging between fields and alternating between gravel sectors and tarmac paths. After crossing the Grangettes nature reserve, you head back towards Aigle on another series of technically easy paths. On your return to the World Cycling Centre, enjoy a bite to eat on the terrace of Le Vélodrome café.

Practical Information

- For the last few kilometres, you can take the path along the banks of the Rhône or the cycle route just a few metres away. Choose according to the condition of the path, your technical ability... and your mood. - If they have any energy left, young and old alike can have a blast on the pump track at the World Cycling Centre.

A flat loop ideal for beginners and families

The Chablais region is a great playground for gravel cyclists, as this flat loop shows as it takes you on a journey of discovery along some charming and little-known paths. Departing from the World Cycling Centre, you follow the Grande Eau before a short climb through the vineyards of Yvorne. You then head in the direction of Lake Geneva, zigzagging between fields and alternating between gravel sectors and tarmac paths. After crossing the Grangettes nature reserve, you head back towards Aigle on another series of technically easy paths. On your return to the World Cycling Centre, enjoy a bite to eat on the terrace of Le Vélodrome café.

Practical Information

- For the last few kilometres, you can take the path along the banks of the Rhône or the cycle route just a few metres away. Choose according to the condition of the path, your technical ability... and your mood. - If they have any energy left, young and old alike can have a blast on the pump track at the World Cycling Centre.

Course profile

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