Boucle des Ramines

Snowshoe trail - Boucle des Ramines

in Châtel
1.8 km
  • It's a short, easy loop that's suitable for all the family, with very little difference in altitude. From the village centre, head towards Vonnes, as the starting point is at the car park for the inter-domain link.

  • To get there, take the line 4 shuttle bus and get off at the Gabelou stop.

    From the signpost at the Vonnes link car park,
    follow the path overlooking the Chapelle Notre Dame de Vonnes to reach the Chemin des Ramines, fork right downhill towards the loop prepared for pedestrians.
    You'll also find the Sous Vonnes sledging run.

    Safety and rules of good practice:

    - All routes are undertaken at the hiker's own risk, as they are not supervised.
    - Before setting off, make sure you are...
    To get there, take the line 4 shuttle bus and get off at the Gabelou stop.

    From the signpost at the Vonnes link car park,
    follow the path overlooking the Chapelle Notre Dame de Vonnes to reach the Chemin des Ramines, fork right downhill towards the loop prepared for pedestrians.
    You'll also find the Sous Vonnes sledging run.

    Safety and rules of good practice:

    - All routes are undertaken at the hiker's own risk, as they are not supervised.
    - Before setting off, make sure you are aware of the weather conditions and the risk of avalanches, and remember to bring warm, waterproof clothing. Mountain weather changes very quickly. A high avalanche risk means that trails are closed.
    - Choose a route suited to your level and physical condition.
    - Follow the signposting instructions.
    - Do not stray from the marked routes.
    - Tell someone close to you about your outing and the route you have chosen.
    - Never hike alone.
    - Don't leave too late in the afternoon to make sure you're back before dark.
    - Do not use the cross-country or downhill ski runs. Crossing the pistes is only permitted on marked crossings.
    - Take plenty of food and water with you. Mountain sports require a lot of energy. Mountain inns and high-altitude restaurants exist on certain routes.

    Equipment required :
    - A hat
    - Gloves
    - Sunglasses
    - Poles
    - Mountain boots
    In the bag :
    - Warm clothing
    - Hot drinks and snacks
    - Mobile phone
    - First-aid kit
    - Sun cream.
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    • Parking
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
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