La Bastille

Equipment : Pedestrian sports, Trail route

The trail starts gently along the Isère riverside to Guy Pape Park before climbing to La Bastille on a shaded path.

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After a few flights of steps that remind you these are fortifications, you'll reach the outer rampart wall. Before returning to the riverside via Guy Pape Park, you'll be rewarded for your efforts with a panoramic view over the city and the surrounding mountains as you pass below the "Bubbles" of Grenoble's cable car.
You'll find water at Porte Saint-Laurent, La Rochette and Quai Saint Laurent.

The calculation of the difficulty of each course takes into account the length, the positive vertical drop, the greatest continuous positive or negative vertical drop as well as the technicality of the terrain.


Free access.

Opening periods

All year round.

Equipments and characteristics

  • Pets allowed


Sign at the beginning of the access road to the Archaeological Museum

  • Latitude: 45.198000
  • longitude: 5.731700


  • Mountain location

Track characteristics

Level green – easy

See also