Hike among the iconic Swiss mountains that surround Lake Geneva, where the kind sunlight shimmers off the waters and pierces through lush tree leaves. The iconic glacial lake is cloaked in romance and history, as well as being the site for literary inspiration. Many individuals who have shook the world have passed by its inspiring beauty, from Mary Shelley and Vladimir Lenin to Charlie Chaplin and Freddie Mercury. Visit during the summer months between June and September for ideal hiking conditions.
Located on the north side of the Alps, Lake Geneva is a much revered natural wonder, decorated with history and prestige. Shared between France and Switzerland, the glacial lake is one of the largest in Western Europe, with a length of 45 miles and width of 8,7 miles. It is shaped like a crescent with its two horns facing southwards.
The high altitude of Lake Geneva results in pleasant summers with mild temperatures, while July is the hottest month with an average of 20°C.
Visit during the summer months between June and September for ideal hiking conditions.
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