Independent Tour: 3,550 Chf

10 nights (Optional rest days)

Shorter tours possible.

Dates: March through October


If you’re a strong and experienced road cyclist who enjoys climbing, this is your tour.

Cyclists will ride an average 85 km a day with around 900 meters of daily climbing.

Expect to spend 6 to 7 hours in the saddle each day.

Keep in mind: this independent tour requires 4 riders.
Trek Checkpoint: 300 Chf
Scott Addict Rim Brakes: 300 Chf
Trek ALR Di2: 400 Chf
Scott Addict Disc Brakes: 400 Chf
Scott Addict with carbon wheel set: 700 Chf
  • Orientation and bicycle fitting at shop
  • All accommodation in 3 and 4 star hotels
  • All breakfasts
  • Return of bicycle to Geneva
  • Turn-by-turn cellphone navigation
  • Luggage transfers

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Jura Route Day 11: Les Molunes -> Geneva

We’ve got another long ride on this last day: we start in the clouds (1200 meters) and it’s all downhill to Geneva (300 meters).

As the crow flies, we’re very near to home, but the mountains and narrow roads keep locals from going too far. In fact, it’s quite easy to meet people in these parts who have never been to Geneva ! That said, you’ll probably see many Swiss license plates: the cost of housing and proximity to Switzerland make it an ideal place for the Genevans to buy second homes.

You begin your descent at 20 kilometers and leave the Franche-Comté to enter the Rhone-Alps region of France. You will see the French Alps off in the distance as we leave the small industrial city of Bellegarde and make our way into Switzerland.

We enter Switzerland at kilometer 60. We’re now back in the great flat plain that makes up the Lake Geneva basin. You’ll discover that the Canton of Geneva is mostly pristine countryside dedicated to vegetable farming and grape growing.

Enjoy these last kilometers. You will take a quiet back way into the city, park your bikes at our store and take a hot shower before one last night in Geneva.

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