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Hiking in the surroundings

Chemin du Vallon de l'Aubonne
Chemin du Vallon de l'Aubonne
Route 128, Bière–Yens Gare
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Cycling in the surroundings

Gros de Vaud–La Côte
Gros de Vaud–La Côte
Stage 2, Echallens (Goumoens)–Rolle
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Jurasüdfuss-Route
Jurasüdfuss-Route
Stage 4, Yverdon-les-Bains–Bière
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Jurasüdfuss-Route
Jurasüdfuss-Route
Stage 5, Bière–Genève
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Du Pied du Jura au Léman
Du Pied du Jura au Léman
Route 473, Morges–Colombier–Ballens–Morges
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Route du vignoble de La Côte
Route du vignoble de La Côte
Route 488, Morges–Aubonne–Mont-sur-Rolle–Duilier–Nyon
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The Aubonne valley arboretum

The Aubonne valley arboretum

The Aubonne valley has an enormous arboretum extending over an area of 130 hectares. Three thousand species and varieties of trees and shrubs from all over the world’s temperate zone can be seen here.
The river Aubonne rises at Bière at the foot of the Jura mountains and enters Lake Geneva around 14 kilometres further south. The source is fed from the precipitation that seeps through the karstic rock of the Jura and later returns to the surface through the spring.

The Aubonne runs through a valley cut into the rocks, whose slopes are planted with vines in places. The National Arboretum houses 3,000 species and varieties of trees and shrubs from all parts of the world’s temperate zone over an area of 130 hectares. The Toleure and Sandoleyre rivers join the Aubonne in the park. With their bank slopes the three rivers form a wide variety of locations which were taken into consideration during the planting of the trees.
The Aubonne valley has an enormous arboretum extending over an area of 130 hectares. Three thousand species and varieties of trees and shrubs from all over the world’s temperate zone can be seen here.
The river Aubonne rises at Bière at the foot of the Jura mountains and enters Lake Geneva around 14 kilometres further south. The source is fed from the precipitation that seeps through the karstic rock of the Jura and later returns to the surface through the spring.

The Aubonne runs through a valley cut into the rocks, whose slopes are planted with vines in places. The National Arboretum houses 3,000 species and varieties of trees and shrubs from all parts of the world’s temperate zone over an area of 130 hectares. The Toleure and Sandoleyre rivers join the Aubonne in the park. With their bank slopes the three rivers form a wide variety of locations which were taken into consideration during the planting of the trees.

The Aubonne valley arboretum

Adresse

Association de l'Arboretum national du Vallon de l'Aubonne
Chemin de Plan 92
1170 Aubonne
Tel. +41 (0)21 808 51 83
contact@arboretum.ch
www.arboretum.ch

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Hiking in the surroundings

Chemin du Vallon de l'Aubonne
Chemin du Vallon de l'Aubonne
Route 128, Bière–Yens Gare
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Cycling in the surroundings

Gros de Vaud–La Côte
Gros de Vaud–La Côte
Stage 2, Echallens (Goumoens)–Rolle
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Jurasüdfuss-Route
Jurasüdfuss-Route
Stage 4, Yverdon-les-Bains–Bière
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Jurasüdfuss-Route
Jurasüdfuss-Route
Stage 5, Bière–Genève
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Du Pied du Jura au Léman
Du Pied du Jura au Léman
Route 473, Morges–Colombier–Ballens–Morges
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Route du vignoble de La Côte
Route du vignoble de La Côte
Route 488, Morges–Aubonne–Mont-sur-Rolle–Duilier–Nyon
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