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Tour des Villages

Sport, Pedestrian sports, Trail route at Le Châble

21.0 km
  • As the name suggests, this picturesque, undulating trail connects the villages in the valley, where you’ll always be sure of a welcome break.

  • While there are sections where you can warm up your legs and lengthen your strides, there are also several breaks in invigorating and picturesque settings: the Vernays chapel, a "landscape" moment; Sarreyer, a thirst-quenching oasis with its Fontaines alleyway; Lourtier; Champsec; and finally Bruson. The 21-km trail isn't too difficult, aside from the first warm-up climb from Châble tourist office to Fontenelle, then another 200m climb from Champsec to the Bisse des Ravines. You might plan a...
    While there are sections where you can warm up your legs and lengthen your strides, there are also several breaks in invigorating and picturesque settings: the Vernays chapel, a "landscape" moment; Sarreyer, a thirst-quenching oasis with its Fontaines alleyway; Lourtier; Champsec; and finally Bruson. The 21-km trail isn't too difficult, aside from the first warm-up climb from Châble tourist office to Fontenelle, then another 200m climb from Champsec to the Bisse des Ravines. You might plan a picnic lunch on the pretty terrace along the bisse [irrigation channel] with Verbier as a backdrop. You can also pop into one of the artists’ studios, whose inspiring sculptures line the path. And finally, to end your loop on a tasty note, head to La Brusonette grocery store to pick up some local products.
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    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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