Inaugurated in July 2021, this graceful suspension bridge spans the Vièze River valley, connecting the village of Troistorrents with the hamlet of Chenarlier.
185 meters long and soaring 75 meters above the riverbed, this feat of aerial engineering is the 4th longest footbridge in Valais. It was built to encourage sustainable mobility, as part of a project intended to safeguard the drinking water supply between the left and right banks of the Vièze River.
-From Troistorrents village: From the Tine car park (under the church), the access to the footbridge passes just in front of the Galerie de la Tine. The trail descends on the left, on a pedestrian path covered with wood chips.
-From Chenarlier: at the ‘Chenarlier école’ bus stop, take the Chemin de la Combe which descends to the right.
Best time of year
In winter, the bridge may be closed in the event of icy conditions on the access trails.