Du côté d'Isenau

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Description

This very sporty trail running course starts at the Tourist Office of Les Diablerets and leads you to the Isenau sector. Beautiful landscapes, a warm lake and alpine chalets punctuate this superb 21 km course.

Setting off from the Les Diablerets Tourist Office, follow the path along the river towards Le Droutzay, passing close by l'Hôtel Les Sources, then branch off to the left by the d'Aigue Noire footbridge towards Le Dar. Branch off to the right to Le Mont and then to the Lécherré and carry on to Col du Pillon on a technical, undulating trail with some elevated passages. From the pass, continue on to Lac Retaud and then on to La Marnèche (above Isenau). Then follow the path which passes the bottom station of the Palette ski lift and then leads like a kind of wall up to the summit of la Palette. From the summit the path descends at a gentle incline to the Col des Andérets. From there continue towards the Isenau alpine chalet. About 100 metres before the chalet branch off to Arpille, then to the left towards Metreille and then Marnex, then descending to La Comba, finishing up in the village. In the mountain pasture chalet Isenau you can find local products (cheese, serac whey cheese, etc.). La buvette de la Marnèche with its charming terrace offering stunning views of the Diablerets mountains awaits you.

Practical Information

Free parking at the Congress Hall.

This very sporty trail running course starts at the Tourist Office of Les Diablerets and leads you to the Isenau sector. Beautiful landscapes, a warm lake and alpine chalets punctuate this superb 21 km course.

Setting off from the Les Diablerets Tourist Office, follow the path along the river towards Le Droutzay, passing close by l'Hôtel Les Sources, then branch off to the left by the d'Aigue Noire footbridge towards Le Dar. Branch off to the right to Le Mont and then to the Lécherré and carry on to Col du Pillon on a technical, undulating trail with some elevated passages. From the pass, continue on to Lac Retaud and then on to La Marnèche (above Isenau). Then follow the path which passes the bottom station of the Palette ski lift and then leads like a kind of wall up to the summit of la Palette. From the summit the path descends at a gentle incline to the Col des Andérets. From there continue towards the Isenau alpine chalet. About 100 metres before the chalet branch off to Arpille, then to the left towards Metreille and then Marnex, then descending to La Comba, finishing up in the village. In the mountain pasture chalet Isenau you can find local products (cheese, serac whey cheese, etc.). La buvette de la Marnèche with its charming terrace offering stunning views of the Diablerets mountains awaits you.

Practical Information

Free parking at the Congress Hall.

Course profile

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