The river belongs to everyone, it is accessible to all, and permits a large number of activities. However, a few rules must be followed:

Follow the signposted paths

Do not venture onto the bed of the Rhone when cycling or hiking.

Comply with the signals

Never practice water sports outside the designated areas.

Bathe in authorised areas

Please heed the panels indicating the areas where bathing is forbidden and take care of children next to the water.

Stay on the banks

Even in good weather, the Rhone can rise in just a few minutes.

River cruises and pleasure boating

CNR builds infrastructures for river tourism (landing piers, mooring points, marinas and berths). On average, between 4,000 and 5,500 boats pass through the locks of the Rhone every year.

Caution ! The facilities intended for navigation must not be used as leisure areas.

For more information about navigation conditions, you can go to the site:

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