The Passport to the Big Bang trail lets you discover CERN's installations and learn all about its experiments. The Passport, a booklet full of questions for you to answer, directs you through information panels, offering a fun way to take in their content. You can visit ten information platforms altogether. CERN encourages you to use environmentally friendly modes of transport to get to the platforms, which can all be reached by cycle paths. The Passport is available free of charge from tourist offices and town halls in the Pays de Gex and the Canton of Geneva, from the Genève Roule (Montbrillant and Terrassière) and Meyrin Roule sites, from Pro Vélo Genève and from the CERN Reception. You can also download it from the dedicated website.
All year round, seven days a week.
Varies according to your pace.
English and French.
A circuit following the LHC accelerator (54 kilometres of bicycle paths in total) through the countryside of France and Geneva.
How to sign up
No registration is necessary and the use of the trail is completely free of charge.
If you have any questions about the Passport to the Big Bang trail, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.