Since we will stay in the Rhône-Alpes region as far as Geneva, it is sufficient to only address the changing departments - today we are staying in the Isère department. Today's stage takes us eastwards again in the direction of the Savoy Alps, but tomorrow we will slowly turn north-east towards Geneva and Lake Geneva. After leaving Revel-Tourdan, we follow a mountain ridge that offers us a wide panoramic view of the country. Our path climbs only a little and after a good 6 kilometers brings us to Pommier-de-Beaurepaire, where the local church of Saint-Romain invites you to visit. Then it goes slightly downhill again via Le Ronjay and Faramans. The path leads eastwards, small forests and a number of streams and ponds such as the Étang Du Marais offer variety. The stage town of La Côte-Saint-André is the birthplace of the composer Hector Berlioz. The Berlioz Festival, which takes place in August, is not a good time for pilgrims to come by, because the accommodations are usually sold out. The sights of La Côte-Saint-André include the Berlioz Museum, Les Halles and the Church of St. André.