Narcisses - Les Avants

The Narcissus Path, Les Avants

Nice hike through the fields covered with white narcissus flowers, emblem of the region.

Parking is available near the station and in the village.
Good shoes recommended.

From Les Avants train station, take the funicular to Sonloup. Here, turn left and follow "Le Cubly". You will soon see an esplanade with a breathtaking view over Lake Geneva. Walk half an hour on a crest, through the forest. Near a wooden hut, a promontory offers an incredible viewpoint over Lake Geneva, the mountains and vineyards. This is the "Cubly" summit.

Look around to discover the ruins of the old «Salaussex » watchtower. From here, walk down the stairs and turn left on a small path. Then follow the road to Les Avants. Follow the signs decorated with narcissus.

  •  How to get there?

5.6 km
Difference in height
460 Metres
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