• St Cergue to La Dôle loop

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    We have not climbed to La Dôle this summer, but it's never too late.

    🏔️ HIKE DETAILS

    We will start from St-Cergue train station at 10:00, make an 8 loop and come back to St-Cergue at around 16:00. We will walk at a steady pace and will be making stops for snacks, lunch and to admire the views.

    Duration: 5-6 hours (including breaks)
    Length: 16.3km
    Elevation gain: 835m.
    Difficulty: Moderate

    https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/switzerland/vaud/la-dole-from-saint-cergue?u=m

    There are trains back to Nyon from St-Cergue at 16:02 and 16:32 so we have options to get back.

    🌏 DIRECTIONS

    Please take the red train R112 departing from Nyon at 9:22 and arriving at 9:58 in St-Cergue. Please note that to take this train you need to go behind the Nyon station and underground to Voie 21/22. To arrive in Nyon on time:

    • If you are coming from Geneva, take the IR15 leaving Geneva at 8:59 and arriving in Nyon at 9:13.
    • If you are coming from Lausanne, take the IR 90 leaving Lausanne at 8:48 and arriving in Nyon at 9:15.

    We will all get together at 10:00 for greetings at the St-Cergue train station and start our hike.

    🧣 WHAT TO BRING

    -Hiking shoes
    -Warm layers of clothing
    -Jacket
    -Lunch and snacks
    -Sufficient Water
    -Cap or hat
    -Sunscreen

    ⚠️ DISCLAIMER

    You agree when you sign up for this group, or any of the events, that you have read, understood, and accepted the following terms. This is not a guided tour, everyone is responsible for his/her own. You are attending at your own risk and you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being. You are responsible for informing yourself about the event, bringing the proper equipment, and being properly insured. You waive any claim against the organizer for any loss, damage, expense, injury, or any other situation incurred or suffered as a result of your participation in the event. These terms extend and apply to, and also cover and include, all unknown, unforeseen, unanticipated and unsuspected injuries, damages, loss and liability.