Touring

Grand Tour of Switzerland

Saint-Ursanne – Delémont

Grand Tour of Switzerland
Grand Tour of Switzerland
  • Length
    • 21 km
    Length
  • Ascents | Descents
    • 468 m | 473 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Duration
    • 25 Minutes
    Duration

Our last stage of the Grand Tour connects Saint-Ursanne to Delémont and makes the most of some mountain passes and forests on its way.

This stage starts in Saint-Ursanne where you will find a Grand Tour photo opportunity with an idyllic view of the Doubs, the Saint-Jean bridge and the old town. After a visit to this small medieval town, the itinerary takes a route in the shade of the forest along the road to Montgremay. The fir trees accompany the Grand Tour for a few kilometres before giving way to a breathtaking view of the high plateau once you have passed the Col des Rangiers. The stage ends in the youngest cantonal capital of Switzerland: Delémont.

The Grand Tour then leaves the Jura & Three Lakes region. It continues along the French-Swiss border to Metzerlen in the canton of Solothurn and then to Basel.

Good to know
Good to know
    • As you follow your route don’t miss:
    • Golf at La Caquerelle
    • the Chapel and ruins of Vorbourg
    • Foxtrail Jura
    • Jura Adventure parc
Characteristics
Characteristics
  • City start
    • Saint-Ursanne
    City end
    • Delémont
Related Routes
Related Routes
Contact
Contact
St-Ursanne
Golf, La Caquerelle
Vorbourg Chapel and ruins
Foxtrail Jura
Jura Adventure Park
Saint-Ursanne - Delémont
Saint-Ursanne - Delémont
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