Chalets - autumn - Veyges

Roc et hameau de Veyges - N°3

From Leysin-Village station, easy route. Descend by road to the traditional hamlet of Veyges, continue to Roc de Veyges and its view of the Rhône plain and the lake. Return to Leysin between forest and sun.

From Leysin-Village train station, follow the road in the direction of Veyges and go under the railway track. After 15 minutes, take the road down to the peaceful hamlet of Veyges and enjoy the panorama of the mountains. Cross the small streets of Veyge before continuing your way towards the Roc de Veyges, between clearing and forest.

Take advantage of the picnic spot to take a break, and admire the view of the Rhône plain as well as of Lake Geneva. Then, the forest path goes up for 30 minutes to reach the Larrets cemetery.

Return to Leysin by road, between shade and sun.

Town
Distance
6.2 km
Duration
1h45
Difference in height
306 Metres
Difficulty
Easy

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