A peaceful place in the heart of Vernier, this space is for all to enjoy. Relax, practice sports, or just enjoy the nature along the banks of the Rhône River as well as an area adapted for picnics and swimming.

 

 

© REZO – Anna Pizzolante

The village of Satigny, the largest wine-producing commune in Switzerland, has grown in recent years, even though it has retained its rural character. In addition to the wine culture, the village is known for its Nant-d'Avril hike.

 

This walk lasts about 1.5 hours and is a loop with little difference in height, crossing forests, streams, and vineyards.

 

© Mairie de Satigny

Megève is a typical Haute-Savoie village that will not leave you indifferent. With its extraordinary history and heritage, the village has a soul that goes far beyond the images one has of this unique place. As an ambassador for local gastronomy revisited by star chefs, it is a destination that comes alive every season. Cultural and sporting events are the rhythm of local life. Of course, the village of Megève is well known for the quality of its slopes and the beauty of its landscapes. It's up to you to discover the legend behind Megève, which is a 25-minute drive from the station.

 

 

© Megève Tourisme

Evasion Mont Blanc ski area has more than 400 km of slopes for all levels, play areas, and a wide choice of restaurants—all facing Mont Blanc. Open from mid-December to mid-April.

Access to the gondola lift by free shuttle bus from Saint-Gervais-Le Fayet Station.

 

©OT Saint-Gervais-Mont-Blanc – Boris Molinier

The via ferrata route follows the Bonnant Gorges, between the Thermal Park and Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc, and is equipped with six structures: 3 Nepalese footbridges, a log bridge, a beam and a rope bridge! After a first part rated AD+ (quite difficult), the via ferrata is D+ (difficult), then TD+ (very difficult) in its final part.

Departure located at a 15-minute walk from Saint-Gervais-Le Fayet Station.

 

 

©Saint-Gervais-Mont-Blanc – Boris Molinier

Imagine you are ready to jump, 65m of void under your feet, your heart starts racing, new sensations collide, you take a step forward and... the experience is XXL! An exceptional site located under a bridge, it is the only jumping base in France that is protected from the rain.

Access by free shuttle bus or bus depending on the season.

 

 

©Saint-Gervais-Mont-Blanc – Boris Molinier

Located 15 minutes away on foot, this adventure rope course is an ideal place to travel through the trees and have a good time being active and having fun. There are also a number of packages available for young and old alike. Whether with family, friends, or colleagues, you can be sure that you will have a great time.

 

© Acro Aventure Reignier

Culminating at 1486 m, it is home to several nationally protected species. Specific regulations have been drawn up to ensure the protection of this mountain range, but hiking is still possible. The trails give you the opportunity to enjoy a magnificent panorama of the Lake Geneva basin, Mont Blanc, Green Valley, and Giffre Mountains.

 

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The Marignac swimming pool has been open to the public since 1969. Classified as a Historical Monument, it caters to a wide audience, from families to experienced sportsmen. It offers a pleasant setting as well as quality sports and leisure facilities. It has an Olympic pool, a pool for non-swimmers, a paddling pool, slides, a sports area with fixed bars, and beach volleyball and beach football pitches in a setting combining concrete and greenery. A massage area and a café-restaurant with a large terrace complete the range of services. The pool is a 10-minute walk from the station.

 

 

© Alain Grosclaude

For mountain bikers and hikers, you will find what you need. In winter, the Nordic ski area is very popular. In summer, it also offers many opportunities for walking and mountain biking on the historic trails.

The Glières plateau is not only a great place for hikes; it is full of history. A symbol of the Resistance in Haute-Savoie, it is both a place of remembrance and an exceptionally sensitive natural area. It was here that around 500 resistance fighters gathered in the winter of 1944 to receive parachute drops from the Allies.

 

 

© L. Bouvier