Les Marécottes – Tour de Romandie, arrivée d’étape à Salvan [English]

Celebrate an exceptional day in Les Marécottes when the Tour de Romandie passes through on Thursday, April 25!

Mark Thursday, April 25 in your diaries to witness the unique moment of the Fribourg – Les Marécottes stage finish.

The Tour de Romandie will be stopping off in Salvan during this edition in 2024! Prepare yourself for a day rich in emotion, to admire the famous riders, feel the excitement of the competition and celebrate the spirit of cycling in a magnificent setting.

The Tour will certainly not be won in Les Marécottes, but it may get lost there, offering spectators and riders alike an unforgettable experience. With 750 D+ in 8.5 kilometers, the finale of this dynamic stage perfectly reflects the energy and character of the commune.

Along the way, participants and spectators alike will have the opportunity to discover local sights from the corner of their eye, such as the Pissevache waterfall, the Gueuroz bridge overlooking the impressive 200-metre-high gorges, and Europe’s highest zoo near the finish line.

The village’s residents and companies are mobilizing to decorate and enliven this memorable day. At the same time, the Moulin Fine and the Musée Marconi in Salvan, as well as the bread oven in Les Marécottes, will open their doors to the public, offering an insight into local history.

We invite all spectators to celebrate this exceptional day full of punch!

Traffic restrictions on Thursday, April 25, 2024

From 08H00 to 19H00:

-No parking along the route

-Difficult traffic in the area due to the organization and implementation of the safety concept

From 16H00 to 19H00:

-Cantonal road closed from Bâtiaz to gondola site

Take the train instead, with the TMR day pass at CHF 5.00, only available online.

For the program and further information, please visit the Trient Valley website.

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