Circuit découverte : Les Alpes vaudoises et la Gruyère par le col du Pillon

Road in Annemasse
351.6 km
  • Departure
  • Difference in height
    5927 m
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
  • Accepted customers
    • Individuals
Points of interest
1 Genève Tourisme
Promoting the city of Geneva.
2 The water jet in Geneva
Built in 1891, the water jet in Geneva is one of the city's greatest tourist attractions. This icon encapsulates the ambition and vitality which have made the city famous - a city which now focuses on the environment and the future.
4 Saint-Pierre de Genève Cathedral
This cathedral, dedicated to Saint Peter and an iconic symbol of Geneva (which it overlooks from the hill of Veille-Ville) also symbolises the influence of Protestant Rome.<br/>A cathedral and religious community has been on the site of Saint-Pierre since the 4th century AD. Up until the 11th century, just a single building stood on the site. However, in the 12th century the first prince-bishop of Geneva, Arducius de Faucigny, began the construction of the cathedral we can see today. The work took about a century - from 1150 to 1250.
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5 The Olympic Museum
Would you like to relive great Olympic moments? Feel the pulse of the champions? Discover the creative flair of the host cities? Share the enthusiasm of all the volunteers behind the scenes? The world of the Games with its many facets will open up to you and give you some great stories to tell!<br/>At The Olympic Museum, learning is about having fun and experimenting. We do everything we can to trigger interest and spark action. More than ever, scientific and cultural endeavour play a part in the Games, strengthening their influence in the modern world.
Get in touch with the spirit that motivates the greatest Olympians. The life stories of towering figures from past Games personify the Olympic values and challenge us all to push beyond the limits. You will discover that these Olympic superheroes are first and foremost superb human beings.
The sculptures in the park tell the story of a dialogue between art and the Olympic Games that has endured since the birth of the Games. Open to all, the sports installations allow you to discover athletes records. The Museum has 3000 m2 of exhibition space, over 1500 exhibits, 150 screens and our passion, combining to create the ultimate experience and give you some great stories to tell.
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5927 meters of difference in height