Day 1: Arrival at Oberwald/Ulrichen
Arrival in the Goms, with the remarkable sunburnt wooden houses, in the wide valley of the young Rhone.
Overnight in Oberwald/Ulrichen.
Day 2: Oberwald/Ulrichen – Brig (31 miles/50 km)
In this part of Switzerland, the Rhone is still called the Rotten. You ride through the sunny high valley towards Brig. In the evening you visit the World Nature Forum in the neighboring village of Naters with information to the UNESCO World Heritage - Region Jungfrau-Aletsch.
Overnight in Brig.
Day 3: Brig – Sierre (25-37 miles/40-60 km)
The main valley in the Valais widens, the sun warms the dry mountain slopes. Between Leuk and Sierre is an unruly part of the Rhone. See the Pfynwald, a nature reserve on a huge mound of glacier detritus; this natural park marks also the borderline between German- and French-speaking Valais.
Overnight in Sierre.
Day 4: Sierre – St Maurice (25-37 miles/40-60 km)
The capital Sion shows its historic castles, churches, and mansions. The lower Rhonetal is dominated by the high-alpine scenery of the Dents du Midi. From the heights, a round tower guards Martigny with its famous art collection of the Foundation Gianadda. At the valley's narrowest point, St Maurice guards golden church treasures.
Overnight in St Maurice.
Day 5: St Maurice – Lausanne (40 miles/65 km)
At the Lake of Geneva, past Montreux and with the cable car up to Le Mont-Pèlerin. From here, you go through the vineyards of the UNESCO-World-Heritage-Site in Lavaux down to the Olympia-city of Lausanne.
Overnight in Lausanne.
Day 6: Lausanne – Geneva and surroundings (40 miles/65 km)
You pass the market town Morges and ride along the Lake of Geneva with the Mont-Blanc massif in view. The free shore gets rarer, the villas and yachts get bigger, and soon the metropolis of Geneva announces itself with boulevards and the 140-meter high water jet Jet d'eau.
Overnight in Geneva.
Day 7: Individual departure