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The Archette snowshoe trail is a circular route starting at the village of St-Cergue, taking you through snowy forests, with fantastic views of the Alps and Lake Geneva.

Description

This route through the Corps de Garde woods starts at St-Cergue, opposite the Vieux Château bakery, on the road to Nyon.

A short climb through the Corps de Garde woods takes you to the spectacular panoramic vantage point of the Vieux Château. If the weather’s right, you can admire the Alpine mountain ranges and Lake Geneva from here. With its picnic tables and benches, this is an ideal place to linger, enjoy the view and take some beautiful photos.

The rest of the trail takes you through forests, pastures and chalets and on to L’Archette the halfway point of the route. You can then continue along the track to Le Cheseaux and return to St-Cergue, where several restaurants offer regional specialities.

An enjoyable tour includes the careful planning of the same. Please inform yourself in advance at the local information center about the route and weather conditions. Depending on the season and weather conditions, this route may be blocked or interrupted

Technical information

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Start location
St-Cergue
Destination
St-Cergue
Ascent
220 m
Descent
220 m
Distance
6 km
Duration
2 h 30 min
Physical requirements
Medium
Elevation profile
220Meter ascents
220Meter descents
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Signalization
Signalisation in both directions
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Map

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Contact

Office de tourisme de St-Cergue
Place Sy-Vieuxville 3
1264 St-Cergue
Switzerland

Phone +41 (0)22 360 13 14
Mobile phone +41 (0)22 360 10 83
info@st-cergue-tourisme.ch
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Office du Tourisme de St-Cergue
Place Sy-Vieuxville 3
1264 St-Cergue

Phone +41 (0)22 360 13 14
info@st-cergue-tourisme.ch
st-cergue-tourisme.ch

Quick Facts

Route number

No. 473

Distance

6 km

Duration

2 h 30 min

Ascent

220 m

Travel information: St-Cergue