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Rhône-Alpes

cycling route in Rhône-Alpes :

  • ViaRhôna from Genève to Lyon

    ViaRhôna from Genève to Lyon [322 km]

    Saint-Gingolph > Thonon-les-Bains > Genève > Vulbens > Seyssel > Belley > Groslée > La Balme-les-Grottes > Jons > Lyon
    • Family from Jons to Lyon
    • Intermediate from Thonon-les-Bains to Genève and from Groslée to La Balme-les-Grottes and from La Balme-les-Grottes to Jons
    • Expert from Saint-Gingolph to Thonon-les-Bains and from Genève to Vulbens and from Vulbens to Seyssel and from Seyssel to Belley and from Belley to Groslée

    Heading out from magnificent Lake Geneva, this ViaRhôna section meanders through the mountains and valleys of the Haut-Rhône, or Upper Rhône, and on to the elegant historic city of Lyon. The landscapes as you cross Savoie and the Bugey are breathtaking, with gorges, lakes and marshes, and the typical old villages prove a delight. This section is physically challenging and incomplete as yet, but it includes some lovely Rhône-side greenways that are accessible to all.

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  • ViaRhôna from Lyon to Valence

    ViaRhôna from Lyon to Valence [127 km]

    Lyon > St-Romain-en-Gal > Sablons > Tain-l'Hermitage > Tournon-sur-Rhône > Valence
    • Family from St-Romain-en-Gal to Sablons and from Tournon-sur-Rhône to Valence
    • Expert from Lyon to St-Romain-en-Gal and from Sablons to Tain-l'Hermitage

    After visiting Lyon, a gastronomic capital, this ViaRhôna section shows you why the Rhône has long been renowned as the route of successive civilizations. Many spots recall the importance of river navigation and trade in times past. Several towns here have Roman roots, while famous vineyards line up along the steep, sunny slopes. Valence, classed a Ville d’Art et d’Histoire for its rich cultural legacy, is considered a gateway to the South of France. From Givors, south of Lyon, this section is accessible to all levels of cyclist.

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  • ViaRhôna from Valence to Avignon

    ViaRhôna from Valence to Avignon [164 km]

    Valence > Le Pouzin > Châteauneuf-du-Rhône > Lapalud > Caderousse > Avignon
    • Intermediate from Valence to Le Pouzin and from Châteauneuf-du-Rhône to Lapalud and from Lapalud to Caderousse and from Caderousse to Avignon

    This colourful ViaRhôna section leads gently from the Rhône-Alpes Region into Provence. The historic riverside settlements like La Voulte-sur-Rhône, Montélimar or Bourg-Saint-Andéol have a Mediterranean feel. The Rhône is relatively wild here, meandering past Mediterranean orchards and fields. For the time being, ViaRhôna ends at Rhône-side Pont-Saint-Esprit. It will continue south in due course. This provisional section goes along shared roads, with some slopes.

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