"La Traversée" (B)

Route Information

Category
Region
Difficulty
Moderate
Length
Duration
Ascent
Descent

Description

This very nice sporty mountain bike itinerary takes you to discover the hamlets and mountain pastures of the Diablerets region. This loop, starting from Les Diablerets, takes you through the hamlet of "la Ville", the alpine pasture of Marnex, the hamlet of Chersaule, then Vers L'Eglise before returning to your starting point.

From Les Diablerets, you start with an 8 km climb along the road to the hamlet of “La Ville”", then continue in the direction of the Marnex and La Dia mountain pastures on a little track taking you through the fields to La Lé. Continue with a long descent to the hamlet of Chersaule with its fabulous views. Then head down to Vers-L'Eglise and back to Les Diablerets along the road to Les Bovets.

Practical Information

Signs: VTT B A few pointers: - Look after flora and fauna and take your rubbish with you - Give way to hikers and treat them with respect - Keep to the permitted tracks and control your speed at all times - Respect private property, close gates to fields and do not ride across fields - Wear a helmet

This very nice sporty mountain bike itinerary takes you to discover the hamlets and mountain pastures of the Diablerets region. This loop, starting from Les Diablerets, takes you through the hamlet of "la Ville", the alpine pasture of Marnex, the hamlet of Chersaule, then Vers L'Eglise before returning to your starting point.

From Les Diablerets, you start with an 8 km climb along the road to the hamlet of “La Ville”", then continue in the direction of the Marnex and La Dia mountain pastures on a little track taking you through the fields to La Lé. Continue with a long descent to the hamlet of Chersaule with its fabulous views. Then head down to Vers-L'Eglise and back to Les Diablerets along the road to Les Bovets.

Practical Information

Signs: VTT B A few pointers: - Look after flora and fauna and take your rubbish with you - Give way to hikers and treat them with respect - Keep to the permitted tracks and control your speed at all times - Respect private property, close gates to fields and do not ride across fields - Wear a helmet

Course profile

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