From the village of Monnetier-Mornex, full of the charm of the Belle Epoque, head for the upper cable car station by following the old track on which the small rack-and-pinion train used to run, carrying crowds of visitors from the Geneva area up until the 1930s.
Along the way you'll discover the remains of the old funicular rail track (bridges, station in Monnetier and track ballast). After climbing up through the woods, you'll reach the alpine pastures at the upper cable car terminus where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Geneva. The funicular railway was inaugurated in 1892 but it fell into decline in 1935.
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Don't forget to take the Salève cable car - one of the finest observation platforms in Europe awaits you at the top!
Botany trail, playground, authorised barbecue area, viewing table, restaurant with panoramic view. In Mornex, see the plaque commemorating Richard Wagner and John Ruskin, famous people who stayed at the Pavillon des Glycines. Don't miss the Anglican chapel and the small chapels.