Cascade de Cerveyrieu dans le ValromeyCascade de Cerveyrieu dans le Valromey
©Cascade de Cerveyrieu dans le Valromey|Laurent Madelon

Cerveyrieu falls

Impressive waterfall of about sixty meters high dominating the hamlet of Cerveyrieu. Marmites, basins, canyon and impressive waterfall make up this remarkable site.

Cerveyrieu falls

The Cascade de Cerveyrieu is part of the “geological curiosities of the Valromey” located along the river “le Séran”, a natural sensitive area.

Marmites, basins, canyon and impressive waterfall make up this diverse site.

A beautiful panorama on Grand Colombier and the Alps can be discovered from the top of the waterfall. To admire it from above, take the D31 road, “sous Chassin” (between Champagne and Don).
The tumultuous waters of the Séran, a river classified as first category for trout fishing, above the village of Artemare.

The walks around the waterfall

Discover the waterfall of Cerveyrieu along a hike or a bike ride:

The cycling loop: Geological curiosities of the Valromey is a bike loop of a length of 37 km practicable in hybrid bike, MTB and gravels from Artemare. This loop located on the southern part of the Valromey will lead you from one geological curiosity to another with the possibility of accessing the Cerveyrieu waterfall, Thurignin Gorges, source du Groin and Pain de sucre.

The hike Les Gorges de Thurignin is a 14 km hike starting from the village of Artemare. This hike at the foot of the Grand Colombier between the vineyards and the Séran river from Artemare will get you to discover the Cerveyrieu waterfall, the Thurignin gorges and the Fierloz massif.

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