Bisse du Tsittoret

The Bisse du Tsittoret, which was mentioned in the 15th century, carries water from the Tièche to the Noble Contrée region where it is used to irrigate the meadows and vineyards of Venthône, Randogne, Mollens, Miège, Sierre and Veyras. Shortly after its water intake, the bisse forms a turbulent waterfall as it drops over a rock wall, as if it were trying to rejoin the river. Once the waters have been tamed again, they flow through metal conduits leading out of the Raspille valley.


Starting point: Montana (1'500m)
Destination: Montana (1'500m)


Difficulty: medium
Distance: 10,7 km
Vertical metres: +350m, -550m
Hiking time: 3h25 (round trip)

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