Geneva to Annecy: Famous Climbs and Lesser-known Passes
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Here's a seriously beautiful tour for serious cyclists! This tour links three of Europe's most magical lakes: Geneva, Bourget and Annecy. Follow in the tracks of your Tour de France heroes as you cycle thrilling mountain passes, take in stunning panoramas, and pass through picturesque Alpine villages.
Replenish your energy with some regional specialties - such as Beaufort cheese and Chartreuse, the intensely aromatic liqueur made by monks high up in the mountains. On your route up into said mountains, be sure to explore the many historic churches, museums and monuments you'll encounter.
At a lower altitude, you'll be in the heart of the Savoy wine region, through notable wine-growing villages such as Apremont and Abymes, famed for light, crisp whites that carry the delicate scent of Alpine flowers.
- Auvergne Rhone-Alps
- 6 Days
- On-road|Big climbs|Quiet Roads
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- Cost From:
- EUR 645
Tour Distance & Dates
- 387 Km
- Riding Days:
- Starts any Friday or Sunday from April through October 2019
“Book 4, Save 10%” until March 1st
Book 4 (one form only) on this tour until March 1st for any travel dates in 2019 (subject to hotel availability) and your trip will be discounted by 10%.
Note that the tour has to be booked as such (no ‘tweaking” is possible)
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: From 220 euros
Starting on another weekday possible for groups (must be 4 or more at time of booking and departure)
5 nights' accommodation as described above
2 dinners (drinks are not included)
Meeting with our local representativeL
Marked maps and/or cue sheets and route notes
Pre-loaded GPS unit (subject to availability)
Assistance if necessary (you will be provided with our local rep's mobile number)
All tax and service charges
Expenses of a personal nature
Bicycle rentals. Full-carbon racing bikes are available at the rate of 190 euros per bike.
This price includes the 20-euro drop-off fee for the bike's return to Geneva.
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