This walk allows you to walk along the seven castles of the town and enjoy landscapes dotted with huge chestnut trees and fresh forests.
By switching to the town of St Sulpice des Rivoires, the landscapes are strewn with immense chestnut trees. Planted in the 18th century, they provided significant additional food for peasant families. If you go down through the Servelongue forest, have fun recognizing the different species of trees. Perhaps you will meet oaks from which the name of Rivoire comes (Celtic term "reopens").
At the bottom of this descent, you can see a weaving factory dating from 1920 in which silk umbrella cloth was made. In the 60s, silk was replaced by synthetic and parachute fabrics. The activity ceased in 1970.
Additional information: Shops in the town center in summer; the leaves of the trees can obstruct the view of the châteaux, which are surrounded by large green spaces.
Sustainable tourism : Mother Nature thanks you for leaving with your waste, she digests it badly!
Respect crops and private property by staying on marked trails.
Tips and Suggestions: Pedestrian map of the Pays Voironnais at 1/25000 (on sale at 5 € in the reception offices of Voiron and Lac de Paladru)
Topo / step by step : Stages of the circuit with the name of the signposts to follow:
- Parking of the multi hike station
- The Bas du Bourg
- The Donni
- Saint-Sulpice des Rivoires
- Les Fayeux
- La Chaffardiere
- Multi-hiking resort
- Orange level - Quite difficult
Equipments & services
- Picnic area.
- Pet Friendly
Parking of the multi-rando station, located under the municipal swimming pool.