Touring

Grand Tour of Switzerland

Saignelégier – Soubey

Vue sur le Doubs
Vue sur le Doubs
  • Length
    • 14 km
    Length
  • Ascents | Descents
    • 48 m | 548 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Duration
    • 17 Minutes
    Duration

From Saignlégier, the Grand Tour of Switzerland takes a number of mountain passes from Les Moulins to Soubey, a magnet for canoeists.

After a stop at the Saignelégier cheese dairy, the Grand Tour continues among the dairy farms of this region. A short distance away is the Etang de la Gruère, part of the nature reserve of the same name. Known for its peat bogs and marshes, this is a real haven for nature lovers! The region is also famous for its breed of Franches-Montagnes horses which you will be sure come across in the pastures where they live in semi-freedom. The Grand Tour now passes through Montfaucon and then takes advantage of the hairpin bends down to the village of Soubey, on the banks of the Doubs.

Good to know
Good to know
    • As you follow your route don’t miss:
    • the Saignelégier cheese dairy
    • the Etang de la Gruère
    • the Doubs Nature Park
Characteristics
Characteristics
  • City start
    • Saignelégier
    City end
    • Soubey
Related Routes
Related Routes
Contact
Contact
Cheese dairy of Saignelégier
Etang de la Gruère
Doubs Regional Nature Park
Saignelégier - Soubey
Saignelégier - Soubey
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