Perhaps a trip that you can come back and complete sections of appeals to you? If so then why not pick one of the sections on the St Jacob’s Way which will take you from Switzerland across the French countryside to Le Puy en Velay. The first section of this walk from Geneva to St Genix-sur-Guiers has you crossing the Swiss and French border and walking through the Rhone-Alps region. The middle section of this walk is from St Genix-sur-Guiers to Chavanay, crossing rolling countryside before crossing the Rhone River. The final section is from Chavanay to Le Puy en Velay and takes you from the vineyards of the Rhone to the volcanic landscape that brings you to Le Puy en Velay.
Upping your game a little on the walking front why not take on the rolling hills of Dordogne in south-west France and reward yourself at the end of the day with some of the best cuisine in France. Tackle the largest river gorge in Europe, Verdon Gorge and immerse yourself in the landscape of this unique area in the south-east France. For something different again why not visit the north east of France and discover Alsace. Here you will witness the mixture of French, German and Swiss culture as well as discover the Honeck mountain.
The ultimate challenge noless is the Tour de Mont Blanc. Here you can hike between France, Switzerland and Italy. If this is your first time doing a mountain hiking trip you might like to join one of our guided trips. If this type of adventure is a walk in the park of your then we also have self-guided options.