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Walking/pedestrian in Chênex
8.9 km
Walking/pedestrian
2h 30min
Medium
  • This walk reveals the Vuache area's rural heritage - churches and villages, old farmhouses, agricultural traditions and legends.
    From the village of Chênex, discover this hike without difficulty in a rich and preserved natural setting.

    Take the time to discover the church of Chênex of neo-Romanesque style dating from 1881 and its tabernacle classified at the national level, as well as the center of the village. You will discover the landscapes of the plain, the Bois du Mont, the hamlet of...
    This walk reveals the Vuache area's rural heritage - churches and villages, old farmhouses, agricultural traditions and legends.
    From the village of Chênex, discover this hike without difficulty in a rich and preserved natural setting.

    Take the time to discover the church of Chênex of neo-Romanesque style dating from 1881 and its tabernacle classified at the national level, as well as the center of the village. You will discover the landscapes of the plain, the Bois du Mont, the hamlet of Bellossy, the woods in Reynauds, and admire the view of the Alps.

    Between hamlets, forests and orchards, this hike is ideal for a morning or an afternoon with the family. No danger on this route, your children will be able to walk freely in the countryside of Chênex.
  • Difference in height
    261 m
  • Plain text period
    Throughout the year : open daily (Not recommended in bad weather).
  • 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 Chenex church
It was in 1881 that the Chenex church, in the Neo-Roman style, was built. Inside this holy place, 2 objects are listed at the national level: the tabernacle from the Pomier Charterhouse from the 17th century and the Virgin from the 18th century.<br/>You will also discover an impressive organ, dating from 1842 and coming from the cathedral of Alger. Why such a long journey for this instrument? It was Monseigneur Duval, originally from Chênex and cardinal at Alger, who offered it to the parish in 1984. Remaining in Algeria after the independence, he is buried at Notre Dame d'Afrique (Alger)
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261 meters of difference in height
  • Maximum altitude : 740 m
  • Minimum altitude : 481 m
  • Total positive elevation : 261 m
  • Total negative elevation : -261 m
  • Max positive elevation : 250 m
  • Min positive elevation : -228 m