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Stage 3, Soubey–Saignelégier
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Au fil du Doubs
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Stage 3, Goumois–Soubey
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Stage 4, Soubey–St-Ursanne
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Stage 2, Courgenay (Courtemautruy)–Saignelégier
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The farming village of Soubey (476m) lies on the bank of the Doubs. There are scenic hiking and mountain-biking trails along the river, which is a paradise for anglers and canoeists. The village centre has well-preserved 17th to 19th century houses.
Soubey – around 7 kilometres to the north-east of Saignelégier – is still a farming community where dairy farming and livestock raising dominate. There is a population of 140 living in an area of 13.5 square kilometres. The municipality’s territory includes a section of the Clos de Doubs. The inclines enclosing the valley are up to 500 metres high. There are wetlands of 200 to 300 metres width along the river banks.

The Saint-Valbert parish church was built in 1632 and is the only Swiss church north of the Alps with a limestone-tiled roof. The thin tiles were quarried in the neighbourhood and are exceptionally heavy. Windows designed by Coghuf were added in 1962.

The centre of the village is dominated by well-preserved 17th to 19th century houses. Taking the first left turn on the road to Saignelégier will lead you to a picturesque watermill built in 1565; today it houses a trout farm, which can be visited. A leisurely walk to the cross above the village is rewarded with a wonderful view of the village and valley below.

There are several scenic hiking and mountain-biking trails through the intact natural landscape along the bank of the Doubs River. The river is very popular with anglers and canoeists.

Highlights

  • Village centre and Saint-Valbert parish church
  • The former tollgate lies to the right of the metal bridge that crosses the Doubs.
  • Watermill built in 1565 with trout farm
  • River Doubs for fishing and canoeing; scenic hiking and mountain-biking trails along the banks.
The farming village of Soubey (476m) lies on the bank of the Doubs. There are scenic hiking and mountain-biking trails along the river, which is a paradise for anglers and canoeists. The village centre has well-preserved 17th to 19th century houses.
Soubey – around 7 kilometres to the north-east of Saignelégier – is still a farming community where dairy farming and livestock raising dominate. There is a population of 140 living in an area of 13.5 square kilometres. The municipality’s territory includes a section of the Clos de Doubs. The inclines enclosing the valley are up to 500 metres high. There are wetlands of 200 to 300 metres width along the river banks.

The Saint-Valbert parish church was built in 1632 and is the only Swiss church north of the Alps with a limestone-tiled roof. The thin tiles were quarried in the neighbourhood and are exceptionally heavy. Windows designed by Coghuf were added in 1962.

The centre of the village is dominated by well-preserved 17th to 19th century houses. Taking the first left turn on the road to Saignelégier will lead you to a picturesque watermill built in 1565; today it houses a trout farm, which can be visited. A leisurely walk to the cross above the village is rewarded with a wonderful view of the village and valley below.

There are several scenic hiking and mountain-biking trails through the intact natural landscape along the bank of the Doubs River. The river is very popular with anglers and canoeists.

Highlights

  • Village centre and Saint-Valbert parish church
  • The former tollgate lies to the right of the metal bridge that crosses the Doubs.
  • Watermill built in 1565 with trout farm
  • River Doubs for fishing and canoeing; scenic hiking and mountain-biking trails along the banks.

Arrival and return Soubey

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Place Roger Schaffter
2882 St-Ursanne
Tel. +41 (0)32 432 41 90
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www.juratourisme.ch

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Hôtel du Cerf
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Soubey
Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 3, Soubey–Saignelégier
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 2, St-Ursanne–Soubey
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Au fil du Doubs
Au fil du Doubs
Stage 3, Goumois–Soubey
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Au fil du Doubs
Au fil du Doubs
Stage 4, Soubey–St-Ursanne
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Cycling in

Soubey
Jura Route
Jura Route
Stage 2, Courgenay (Courtemautruy)–Saignelégier
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Mountain biking in

Soubey
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