Pedal to the turquoise waters of Cleuson while discovering stunning panoramas.
Distance 30.9 km
Leave from Haute-Nendaz to first reach Siviez before joining the Cleuson dam. Built between 1946 and 1951, Cleuson can hold 20 million cubic metres of water. It is a reinforced foot-hills dam standing 87 meters high and 420 meters wide at its widest point. But its reputation stems above all from its bluey-green toned waters.
The circuit can be shortened. By parking directly at Siviez, you can reach the Cleuson dam while avoiding the Nendaz-Siviez trip. Or you can enjoy just the Nendaz-Siviez trip. This leg is especially suited to families and electric bikes.
Safety informationUse marked bike trails and routes only, making sure you observe all signposting. Kindly close gates after passing through. Please be considerate to walkers, as well as to plants and animals. As a rule, walkers have priority. When planning, take into account participants’ fitness level and ability. All riding is at one’s own risk.
Tips and hints
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Getting thereTake the A9 motorway to Sion and then the exit to Sion-Ouest towards Nendaz. You will then have a 20 minute drive (15 kilometers) following the road signs to "Nendaz" to reach the centre of the resort.
ParkingFour different car parkings are available in Haute-Nendaz. Follow the parking instructions.
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EquipmentWe recommend: a bike in excellent working order, a helmet, gloves and a bell, clothing suitable for the weather (always carry a waterproof), food and drink.
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