Arrival in Montreux
Stroll along the promenade and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Lake Genevaand the snow white glaciers of the nearby Mont-Blanc massif.
From Vevey, take the rack railway up to the Mont-Pèlerin. Tranquil roads lead you to the source of the most popular cheese of Switzerland: the Gruyère, which shares its name with the landscape. A recent symphony of green melancholy, cowbells and customs.
Postcard country Switzerland: cheeseries, chalets, snowy mountains, cable cars, hotel scent and papercutting. Away from the idyll, the Pays d’Enhaut and the Saaneneland are a magnificent landscape, animated by the haze of celebrity and happy mountain goers.
The artfully decorated wooden houses of the Simmental belong to the most beautiful of Europe. The Simme remains a wild river that demands a lot from dinghy riders. And Spiez, a water sports paradies on the cheerful lake Thun. After arrival in Thun individual departure.
Along the many lakes the route is of course smooth and flat – but between the lakes there are some minor passes to cross: Less athletic cyclists are recommended to use an electric bike which is well suited for this route.
Athletic cyclists use the touring bikes.
- 3 overnight stays in the desired accommodation category
- Breakfast buffet
- Daily luggage transport
- Cable car ride Vevey – Le Mont Pèlerin
- Guide book
- Detailed tour documentation
- GPS-data available
- 7-day Helpline
Arrival / Parking / Departure
- Parking at the train station in Montreux CHF 35 .- per day, (cheaper car parks nearby), mo reservation possible
- Journey back by train from Thun via Visp to Montreux, duration approx. 2 hours.