567 Piste des Piles
567 Piste des Piles

Cross-country skiing

Piste des Piles

Piste des Piles

La Givrine, la Trélasse–La Pile Dessus–La Givrine, la Trélasse

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Piste des Piles

Piste des Piles

The Les Piles trail is an undulating route accessible to all. Crossing meadows and along forest paths, it takes you into a peaceful valley with a richly diverse and unspoilt landscape. An escape into the midst of nature with the choice of the full route or a shorter version.
The Les Piles Trail is an undulating route accessible to all, for classic or skate style cross-country skiers. Accessible via train or by car, starting from the Col de la Givrine, follow the markings according to your choice of route, either the full route or a shorter version.

As you ski through the meadows, you’ll soak up the peace of the unspoilt snow-covered valley, enjoying the natural diversity and tranquil scenery of meadows and forest paths. The route continues through the shaded wood of La Pile where it’s not uncommon to see animal tracks running alongside the skiers’.

At the end of the day, if the weather’s right, you’ll see an exceptional sunset through the trees on the edge of the forest. On the return route, near the Col de la Givrine, you can head up the little climb to La Trélasse, an alpine farm and winter restaurant.
The Les Piles trail is an undulating route accessible to all. Crossing meadows and along forest paths, it takes you into a peaceful valley with a richly diverse and unspoilt landscape. An escape into the midst of nature with the choice of the full route or a shorter version.
The Les Piles Trail is an undulating route accessible to all, for classic or skate style cross-country skiers. Accessible via train or by car, starting from the Col de la Givrine, follow the markings according to your choice of route, either the full route or a shorter version.

As you ski through the meadows, you’ll soak up the peace of the unspoilt snow-covered valley, enjoying the natural diversity and tranquil scenery of meadows and forest paths. The route continues through the shaded wood of La Pile where it’s not uncommon to see animal tracks running alongside the skiers’.

At the end of the day, if the weather’s right, you’ll see an exceptional sunset through the trees on the edge of the forest. On the return route, near the Col de la Givrine, you can head up the little climb to La Trélasse, an alpine farm and winter restaurant.
7 km | 1 Stage
160 m | 160 m
classic | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel La Givrine
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Season

Winter season
The winter season is usually from 15th of December to 30th of March.

Hints

Ski rental and cross-country ski trail pass
More information about the rental of cross-country ski equipment under:
www.st-cergue-tourisme.ch
Cross-country ski trail pass
More information about the local cross-country ski trail pass:
www.st-cergue-tourisme.ch

Contact

Office du Tourisme de St-Cergue
Place Sy-Vieuxville 3
1264 St-Cergue
Tel. +41 (0)22 360 13 14
info@st-cergue-tourisme.ch
www.st-cergue-tourisme.ch

Services

Signalization

Signalization
For cross-country skiing, follow the logo indicated on the turquoise signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization