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Les Gabelous Smuggler Route

Time required: 4 - 6hLength: 252.00 km


01.06.2020 - 30.09.2020
01.06.2021 - 30.09.2021
01.06.2022 - 30.09.2022


Parc du Doubs
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Place du 23-Juin 6, CP 316
2350 Saignelégier
Tel. +41 (0)32 420 46 70


Parc du Doubs - Mountain bike circular tour in 7 stages from Morteau (F) or Saint-Ursanne (CH). Look out for clues so you can break up a band of smugglers!



252.00 km
Vertical heigth
6237 m
Time required
4 - 6h
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A practical guide and an app for the smartphone ensure a pleasant walk.

The seven-day circular trail goes over the border. Do notforget your identity papers!


Starting point
Morteau ou Saint-Ursanne
Morteau ou Saint-Ursanne

Suitable for

The offer is suitable for

  • Adults
  • Children >12 years
  • 50+

Discovering underway

Parc du Doubs

Hermitage in St-Ursanne

The hermitage chapel in the rock face is reached through a late Renaissance style door and 200 steps. Next to it is the grotto in which St Ursicinus is supposed to have lived, and a viewpoint with a wonderful view of the Doubs.

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Saut du Doubs

The largest waterfall along the Doubs The water plunges down 27 metres. In the beautiful gorge there are relaxing restaurant terraces for you to stay a while. Those who wish can make a boot trip on the Lac des Brenets.

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Barque crossing in Tariche

Cross the Doubs at Tariche with the famous flat-bottomed barque
Weitere Informationen: Centre de vacances in Tariche www.tariche.ch.

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Espace Paysan Horloger

A place where it seems as if time has stood still. A warm reception and a cuisine created with passion. Le Paysan Horloger in Le Boéchet is a hotel and restaurant well worth discovering! An unforgettable culinary trip in the middle of the Freiberge!

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Collegiate church and Cloister

This collegiate church was built at the end of the XII century. It shows the transition between the late Romanesque style and the early Gothic style. To the North, the cloister dates back to 1380 and next to it is the stone museum.

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