Sunday 7 January 2007, by Kralle
The longest contiguous paved way leads along the left side of the Drac and the Isere. It begins in the southwestern part of the Grenoble agglomeration. The first part of the way is often crowded with people and cyclists. With increasing distance from the city center one meets less people.
After passing below several bridges the Drac turns a bit to the left, and the way is now bordered by bushes and trees on both sides.
To the left you always see the mountains of Vercors, and as you advance along the rivers, you see different parts of them from different perspectives.
Sometimes you see the rivers to the right through the trees, and on the other side the Neron peak and surrounding mountains of Chartreuse.
The paved way ends when the national highway crosses the river in the direction of Voreppe.