Tine de Conflens
The Tine de Conflens is the confluence, i. e. the junction of the Venoge and Veyron rivers near Sarraz. It is located at a tri-point between the municipalities of Chevilly, Sarraz and Ferreyres. The name “Tine de Conflens” means “fall of the confluents” in dialect.
- 🏆 Gorges ranking: ⭐⭐
- 🏃 Course ranking: ⭐
- 📍 Region: Jura vaudois VD
- 📐 Length: 1.1 km
- ⌛ Time: 40 minutes
- 👍 Features: Waterfalls of the Veyron and Venoge, swimming in summer
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A small car park at the beginning of the trail in the town of Chevilly.
The site of the Tine de Conflens is particularly beautiful with the following curiosities:
The path to reach the Tine de Conflens starts from the car park with a small road and then continues with a path that crosses a bridge over the Veyron. The latter making a pretty waterfall at this place.
The path continues through the forest up and down a series of stairs.
The final part of the route runs up the Venoge river and has been reopened to the public in mid-2018 after having been secured due to rock fall.
The route is just over a kilometre long and takes about 15 minutes to complete.
In summer on hot summer days, swimming at the Tine de Conflens is an excellent idea. You can swim at the Venoge waterfall or up the Veyron.
A video about the Tine de Conflens.