The shortest of the 9 circuits on offer. It runs along and crosses the Swiss frontier twice. Some slight detours will allow you to take in Landskron castle or discover St Brice chapel nestled in its bucolic setting. The panoramic views of the Alsatian Jura and the Basel countryside are superb. Please note that this circuit is not signposted on Swiss territory.
This itinerary, to the South West of the Sundgau, goes through the medieval town of Ferrette, follows the Grumbach valley and takes you to discover the Alsace Jura. A small detour will enable you to take a rest by the Courtavon lake or admire Morimont Castle. A short stretch of this itinerary is in Switzerland, so you should take your passport or identity card.
During this itinerary you will discover the Largue valley with its myriad lakes. Along the Largue cycle track, the Altenach Maison de la Nature and the Hindlingen stork sanctuary give you the chance to stop off for a little while.
The itinerary goes through Hirtzbach, a typical Sundgau village on the Ill river, with pretty floral decorations. From Carspach to Altenach there are views over peaceful forest for you to admire.
International cycle route 193 km long (45 km of which is in the Sundgau area), created in 1996, offering a loop through France, Switzerland and Germany on both sides of the Rhine. It links the towns of Mulhouse, Basel, Rheinfelden, and Neuenburg. A trekking map, in French and German, describes the itinerary and its variants. Beautiful and almost totally secured marked route with moderate elevations