• Sport

Montée de Châtillon par la Côte - Hiking

This woodland hike is ideal in summer. From the Châtillon church, you can admire a beautiful view of the valley.

Sport Montée de Châtillon par la Côte - Hiking Cluses


Departing from Cluses (74300)
Average length : 03h00
Total elevation gain : 318m
Vertical drop : 318m
Distance : 9km

Way and back
Total elevation gain : 318m
Altitude max : 737m
Vertical drop : 318m

Further informations


From the Cluses tourist office, walk down the Place Charles de Gaulle, then cross to the left as you approach La Mie Câline. Pass the Zanin chocolate factory and continue straight ahead. Cross the railway line, then continue straight on Boulevard du Chevran to the end of the boulevard. At the junction, take the road that climbs to the right, then 100m further on, take the dirt track that climbs towards the forest. Continue along this track until you come to the first road crossing, then take the track opposite. At the end of the track, you come to a second road. Follow it to the left, then take the road on your left, leading to the Châtillon church. From here, walk back to the church and admire the view of the valley from the lawn behind the church.
Return along the same path to the end of the dirt track in Cluses. Here, turn right onto Avenue de Châtillon. Pass the Lidl on your left, then the Val d'Arly cheese dairy. At the traffic lights, turn left and follow the road. Before the bend in the road and the railroad, take the road down to the left. Then take the first street on the right: Rue du Bossey. Continue straight ahead until you reach the intersection with a florist opposite. Turn right, passing the Zanin chocolate factory, then turn right onto Grande Rue to reach the tourist office.


Free access.


Languages spoken : French
Not adapted to strollers

Period of practice

From 01/01 to 31/12.
Depending on weather conditions.

Subject to favorable weather.

  • Public WC


21 Grande Rue 74300 Cluses
Departing from : Cluses (74300)
Latitude : 46.060638 - Longitude : 6.580158
Information update on 05/04/2024 by Cluses Arve & montagnes Tourisme