103 Genève-Sézenove
103 Genève-Sézenove

Cycling in Switzerland

Genève–Sézenove

Genève–Sézenove

Genève–Sézenove

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Genève–Sézenove

Genève–Sézenove

The cycle tour offers a kaleidoscope of contrast: from the modern Passerelle du Seujet to traditional dwellings, from spectacular river confluences to overwhelming views of the l'Aire lowlands.
Crossing the modern walkway, the Passerelle du Seujet, the route leads to one of the most beautiful but often less-appreciated corners of urban Geneva. The confluence of the clear, green waters of the Rhone and the ochre-yellow waters of the Arve is one of nature’s genuine spectacles. It’s well worth making a stop to enjoy the fantastic landscape, particularly as it is threatened by a planned building project.

The cycle route then climbs along the fringe of the wildlife park through the Bois de la Bâtie and crosses attractive residential areas in Lancy and Onex before the landscape opens out to the l'Aire lowlands and Salève. The views of the Geneva countryside are spectacular. After the first vineyards in Signal de Bernex, views extend over the near and distant surroundings to the Jura, the Vuache and on to the Fort de l'Ecluse.

Those wanting to continue the route can follow the Rhone-Route No. 1, opened by Cycling in Switzerland in 2010, as far as Chancy in the westernmost tip of Switzerland. And for those lured further south, the Rhone-Route crosses France to reach the Mediterranean.
The cycle tour offers a kaleidoscope of contrast: from the modern Passerelle du Seujet to traditional dwellings, from spectacular river confluences to overwhelming views of the l'Aire lowlands.
Crossing the modern walkway, the Passerelle du Seujet, the route leads to one of the most beautiful but often less-appreciated corners of urban Geneva. The confluence of the clear, green waters of the Rhone and the ochre-yellow waters of the Arve is one of nature’s genuine spectacles. It’s well worth making a stop to enjoy the fantastic landscape, particularly as it is threatened by a planned building project.

The cycle route then climbs along the fringe of the wildlife park through the Bois de la Bâtie and crosses attractive residential areas in Lancy and Onex before the landscape opens out to the l'Aire lowlands and Salève. The views of the Geneva countryside are spectacular. After the first vineyards in Signal de Bernex, views extend over the near and distant surroundings to the Jura, the Vuache and on to the Fort de l'Ecluse.

Those wanting to continue the route can follow the Rhone-Route No. 1, opened by Cycling in Switzerland in 2010, as far as Chancy in the westernmost tip of Switzerland. And for those lured further south, the Rhone-Route crosses France to reach the Mediterranean.
11 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 11 km
Natural surface: 0 km
160 m | 90 m
easy

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Genève
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Arrival / return travel Sézenove
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Contact

Genève Tourisme
Rue du Mont-Blanc 18
1211 Genève
Tel. +41 (0)22 909 70 00
info@geneve.com
www.geneve.com

Services

Accommodation

Geneva Hostel
Geneva Hostel
Genève
City Hostel Geneva
City Hostel Geneva
Genève
Hôtel Montana
Hôtel Montana
Genève
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Places

Geneva
Geneva
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Places of interest

United Nations Building
United Nations Building
Flower Clock
Flower Clock
Musée et Institut Voltaire
Musée et Institut Voltaire
International Museum of the Reformation
International Museum of the Reformation
International Red Cross Museum
International Red Cross Museum
Jet d'eau (water fountain)
Jet d'eau (water fountain)
Maison Tavel
Maison Tavel
Place du Bourg-de-Four
Place du Bourg-de-Four
Reformation Wall
Reformation Wall
St-Peter's Cathedral
St-Peter's Cathedral
Town Hall
Town Hall
Old Carouge
Old Carouge
Teppes of Verbois
Teppes of Verbois
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Signalization

Signalization
For cycling, follow the logo indicated on the red signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization