Itinéraire de Vélo à Assistance Electrique

Berlioz country

Family-friendly itinerary in the Bièvre plain comprising a vast patchwork of geometrically-shaped plots of farmland. Attractions include the old centre at La Côte St André, the Hector Berlioz Museum...

The itinerary starts at La Côte-Saint-André, where you’ll take road D71 (Avenue Charles De Gaulle), towards Gillonnay. At the stop sign, go straight on towards Chemin du Grand-Lemps, and continue until you make a right turn onto “Chemin Croix Beillier”.
Cross the bridge over the D119 road (Axe de la Bièvre). Continue straight ahead towards Brézins via the Chemin de Sablières, then Chemin des Templiers. Turn right onto Rue du Pelerat, cross a bridge (over the D119 road), and follow a track until you reach Chemin de Passe-Farine.
Return to La Côte-Saint-André via Chemin du Mignon, Chemin des Meunières, Chemin Cerf Montant and Chemin de la Serve.

Technical information

Activities
Cycle sports, Itinéraire de Vélo à Assistance Electrique

Distance:
15.1 km

Trail type:
Loop

Elevation gain:
50 m

Elevation drop:
50 m

Daily duration:
1h 45m

Terrain type:
Hard coating (tar, cement, flooring)

Map references:
Biévre-Valloire region guidemap

Topographical references:
Biévre-Valloire region guidemap

Type of waymarkers:
Cycle-tourism waymarkers - cycle tourism itinerary no. 5

Practical information

Location de bicyclettes
Free of charge

A noter

The Tourist Office rents out Ebikes in conjunction with Domaine de Dony, and cargo trailers are also available at the Tourist Office.

Contact details & information

Office de Tourisme Terres de Berlioz

Getting here

  • Avenue Charles De Gaulle
    38260 La Côte-Saint-André

The departure point is on Avenue Charles De Gaulle, near the Aqualib swimming pool and the multimedia library.

Opening times

All year round.

Prices

Free access.

Downloads

Information updated on 08/10/2021 by Office de Tourisme Terres de Berlioz

Your itinerary

Berlioz country

Avenue Charles De Gaulle
38260 La Côte-Saint-André
France

Itinerary with Google Maps