An 86-kilometre loop through the Broye, Gros-de-Vaud and Jorat: countryside landscapes and quiet roads that will charm sports enthusiasts.
Starting point: the medieval town of Moudon, which can easily be reached by train. A few kilometres of warm-up in the Broye awaits you before climbing towards Villars-le-Comte. Before Bercher, a nice descent through the forest takes you to the charming Menthue valley and its cliffs.
You then cross the Gros-de-Vaud on quiet and easy roads to Cugy. Enjoy the magnificent view of the Alps! Then you enter the Jorat woods to start the climb to Chalet-à-Gobet. At an altitude of almost 900 metres, this place, well known to the people of Lausanne, is the highest point of the loop.
To reach Moudon, there is (almost) only the descent. On the way, you pass by the Servion Zoo and finish with a few kilometres along the Broye