The Wine Trail, which was inaugurated in 2007, is the best way to discover Valais and its vineyards. Have a break in a winery and taste typical Valais wines.
An energetic up and down on a steep sun-kissed southern slope, through well-tended vineyards, small wine villages and historic spots such as Saillon with the mini-vineyard of forger Farinet, and Chamoson, with its octagonal tower of St-Pierre-de-Clages.
The Fol'terres wine shop at the eastern part of Fully offers a vaste choice of more than 60 wineries in Valais. Savour with your eyes and taste the subtlety of the aromas of wines and regional products.
Sion, La Muraz, 662 m
Martigny, 457 m
Best time of year
Strictly respect the Swiss traffic rules. Please note that you are running the tour at your own risk and all liability is refused. Please be considerate to plants and animals. For your own safety, wear an helmet every time you ride a bike. Emergency numbers: 144 Ambulance / 117 Police / 1414 Helicopter Rescue (Rega).
The wine trail leads through the Valais vineyards from Martigny to Sion. The 39-kilometre bike trail winds gently up and down through this area, passing through carefully cultivated vineyards, historic locations and small wine-producing villages that offer wine tasting. Wines can be tasted without appointment at many points along the route. This unique bike trail is the perfect way to discover the Valais region and its vineyards.
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Arrive in Martigny by train from all Swiss towns and cities (SBB) or by the regional trains Railway Mont-Blanc & St-Bernard Express.
From the A9 motorway from Lausanne or Sierre, take the Martigny-Fully exit (number 21), or the cantonal road. Routes that are open all year round: the Forclaz pass, the Great Saint Bernard tunnel, the Simplon pass. Passes that are open only during summer: Great St Bernard, Nufenen, Grimsel, Furka