La Dôle is the tour’s highest point at 1,677 meters above sea level, offering sweeping views of the Alps and Lake Geneva.
Which cities and towns does the E-path pass through
About 16 km
Ground path of the E-path
Chemin de la Dôle
There is no publication for E2 in Switzerland as a whole. But SchweizMobil has several maps that cover the route. schweizmobil.ch/en/hiking-in-switzerland/route116
SchweizMobil (see above)
Official map showing all hiking trails (swisstopo)
Switzerland has three types of hiking trails which are marked differently:
Crossing other E-paths
E4: La St-Cergue till Saint-Cergue Village
There are many ways to accommodate, e.g. Wanderhotels
You can buy food in a supermarket or visit a bistro, café or restaurant. Alternatively, there are fireplaces along the way.
Almost all stops on the E2 are connected to public transport. This is the official website of Swiss federal railways: SBB CFF FFS
Here you can plan your hike: Plan’n’hike
What is always needed: shoes suitable for the hike, rain and sun protection, warm clothing and a snack.schweizer-wanderwege.ch/de/wandern/vorbereiten/ausruestung