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No motor vehicles except residents

An accessible route alongside the railway could be useful.

Plenty of space to the left to put in ramped access

Plenty of space to the left to put in ramped access

Cycle parking and traffic-free space at Sembrancher church

Traffic-free space between Sembrancher church and the main car park

New sign for MTB route to Grimentz

No motor vehicles on the Moiry dam, and new sign for mountain bikes to Grimentz (and to the left signs for a new geological trail).

Mountain bikers not welcome on this hiking trail

Cycle racks on bus (also visible in the satellite imagery!) at the Barrage de Dixence - that must be a slow crawl through the 13 switchback bends to get up and down!

Verbier mountain-biking map - updated to cover e-MTBs.

Recycle your cycle here

On-road section of MTB route

The route sign just means Turn Right on to the Road, I think

MTB route across the wooden bridge

Bus stop and hiking and MTB route signs

No Cycling on this road up to the Dixence dam (lost in the clouds)

The end of the dirt road south of the Cleuson dam - at the Saint-Laurent refuge.

Path across the Cleuson dam

Start of MTB route at the Cleuson dam

Signs for mountain-bikers and the Tour du Mont Blanc, Champex, Switzerland

Mountain-bike route sign, Champex, Switzerland

Hiking and mountain-bike route signs on the edge of Champex, Switzerland

Most unusual in Switzerland - both (busy) footways blocked by cars due to a mountain running race.

The mountain-bike route turns left down the track visible ahead.

Mountain bike route signs, Ferret, Switzerland

Walensee - Standenhorn Tunnel Location: , Dorfli (Canton of Glarus, Switzerland) This tunnel with a length of 235 meters was built during the construction of the new road and todays motorway along the lake. It is only for cyclists and ... [more]

Mountain-bike route guides for Davos

Sign on mountain-bike compartment on the Parsenn funicular, Davos

Mountain bike route signs above Davos

Mountain bike route to the mid-station of the Parsenn funicular, Davos

Mountain bike route signs above Davos

Bridge on mountain bike trail above Davos

Mountain bike route signs above Davos

No Cycling on the Thomas-Mann-Weg, from the Schatzalp Hotel down to Davos

Bike washing facilities at cable-car terminal, Kandersteg

No motor vehicles on this steep cut-through in the Lavaux vineyards (UNESCO World Heritage)

Route signs in the Lavaux vineyards (UNESCO World Heritage)

This road carries Swiss national routes 1 and 99, but the winemakers' road below is far more pleasant for cycling.

Road through the Lavaux vineyards (UNESCO World Heritage), open only to winemakers and cyclists

Road through the Lavaux vineyards (UNESCO World Heritage), open only to winemakers and cyclists

Junction markings reminiscent of Tenison Road in Cambridge

New track for quadbikes above the Oeschinensee

New track for quadbikes above the Oeschinensee

Route signs outside the Mürren cable-car terminal

Link to the cycle route along the Lauterbrünnen valley

Cycle route along the Lauterbrünnen valley

Link to the cycle route along the Lauterbrünnen valley

Lots of covered cycle parking near Luzern station

No cycling in this lakeside park, Luzern

Very clear cycle access to the Luzern Velostation

Bike-sharing scheme bikes outside Luzern station

Cycle lane and route signs at Luzern station

Cycle lanes in Vésenaz

Lakeside route, Geneva

Cyclists looking for cycle parking outside the Geneva tourist office

Steps in traffic-free area outside Geneva station

Car loitering in the cycle route out of Geneva Airport

Cycle crossing with a car loitering in the cycle route out of Geneva Airport

Segregated route to Geneva Airport

Staff cycle parking at Geneva Airport

Segregated route to Geneva Airport

On-road cycle lanes past the Château de Chillon

Cycling permitted on the Montreux promenade

Cycling permitted on the Montreux promenade, with rising bollards

Cycling permitted on the Montreux promenade - rising bollards to the rear

Sign to cycle parking (just visible at the top of the slope)

Cycling permitted on the Montreux promenade - even with Jazz Festival stalls in place

Route signs in Montreux (the road is named after Funky Claude, legendary founder of the Montreux Jazz Festival)

Track on former railway, Rigi-First

Track on former railway, Rigi-First

No Cycling on the Blumenpfad (Botanical Path) from Rigi-Kaltbad station

Track on former railway to Rigi-Kaltbad

Track on former railway line to Rigi-Kaltbad

Sign for bike loading at the Kandersteg-Sunnbuel cable car - they go on a pallet beneath the passenger car.

Cyclists contemplating a short tunnel on the Gasterntal road

Swiss route 1, along the Rhône valley, uses the shoulder of the main road for a few kilometres here.

New track and bridge in the Gasterntal

New bridge in the Gasterntal

New track in the Gasterntal.

Start of new track in the Gasterntal

To the left you'll have to carry your bike in places; the track ahead is a dead-end.

Dead-end track up the Gasterntal

No Motor Vehicles on the track up the Gasterntal

Cycle route to the rear of Kandersteg station

Cycle route down the Kandersteg valley

Cycle route past station car park, Kandersteg

Start of riverside path to the right - but the Kandersteg valley cycle route is beyond the railway bridge.

Shared-use footway - not that common in Switzerland (there's a cycle route c.500m to the west).

Sign for cycle route (and and the Lötschberg tunnel car shuttle) in Kandersteg

Covered sheds for workers and residents of Mürren at the lower cable-car terminal.

Basic wheelbender cycle parking at the Trümmelbach Falls.

Start of traffic-free route from the Trümmelbach Falls to Lauterbrünnen.

Traffic-free route from the Trümmelbach Falls to Lauterbrünnen.

Start of traffic-free route from the Trümmelbach Falls to Lauterbrünnen.

Signs for hikers and cyclists from Lauterbrünnen towards Wengen.

Sign for cyclists from Wengen to Lauterbrünnen

Clearly signed as NOT a driving route up to Wengen (ignore your sat nav) - but this IS the cycle route.

End of the cycle route up the Lauterbrünnen valley

No Cycling sign on the asphalt path to the left; the cycle route down the Lauterbrünnen valley starts to the right.

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