Saint Cergue is a quiet complex of equipped limestone crags nestled in beautiful woods overlooking rolling pastures above Lake Geneva. The short routes climb steep to slightly overhanging rock and range in difficulty from 4a to 8a+. The crags are sheltered and shaded by the woods and climbing is possible even if it has recently rained. The views of Lake Geneva and the Alps make up for the short nature of the routes. Most of the routes must be lead, but it is possible to set up top-ropes if you are careful not to dislodge the loose rocks above the climbs. The atmosphere at Saint Cergue is laid back and most days you will probably have the area to yourself.
Saint Cergue is accessible by car and train. If you drive, parking available at the Saint Cergue train station. If you don't own a vehicle you can take the Nyon-Saint Cergue-La Cure train service from Nyon. From the train station in Saint Cergue, walk southeast along the train tracks for 5 minutes until the trail descends towards the lake and to the crags.