Elevation of the stage
Waytypes of the stage
Surface of the stage
Given the steep slopes, busy roads (the D 908A and D 14), major junctions and lack of signposting between Clarafond and Châtel, this stage requires extreme care. Until the route is made safer, make sure you are well kitted-out and remain extremely vigilant. As you arrive at Seyssel you do join a cycle track.
Railway Station (SNCF) :
Seyssel-Corbonod railway station :
- TER (local services) line 3 Saint-Gervais > Evian > Geneva > Bellegarde > Lyon
- TER (local services) line 2 : Geneva > Annecy > Grenoble > Valence
- TER (local services) line 51 : Chambéry > Culoz > Geneva
Tourists Informations Centres :
Don't miss :
Seyssel: La Maison du Haut Rhône, proposing activities linked to the Rhône and its environment; the 16th- and 17th-century houses; Haubané Bridge
Léaz: Le Fort de l’Ecluse, a former military fort dramatically dominating the Rhône, offering visits and exhibitions in summer; local hiking paths and via ferrata
Génissiat: with its famous dam built between the two World Wars.
Seyssel : saturday and monday morning
Clarafond : sunday morning