What fish populate Swiss lakes? Who were the lake-dwellers? What are the migrating periods for trout? The twelve information boards on the Trout Trail give you all the answers to these questions and many more, along a scenic path following the path of the river from Lake Geneva to the forest.
The Trout Trail runs from Morges to St-Prex. It takes about 3 to 4 hours to complete the 7 km walk, with twelve information boards along the way.
The path, which has three possible starting points (Morges, Tolochenaz and Lully), runs along the unspoilt shores of Lake Geneva and follows the Boiron, a river edged by a rich undergrowth, with hanging trees reflected in the water.
The Trout Trail is a fantastic educational walk that offers a better understanding of the ecosystem and culture of the lake and the poetry of the undergrowth and the wild damp banks. Half-way along, the Maison de la Rivière de Tolochenaz invites visitors to discover more with its fun activities.
Accessible all year, the route has lots of perfect places for family picnics.