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Is it possible to take canals from Lake Geneva to the Rhone? and on down to the Med? If yes, resources would be great.

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Lake Geneva is pretty high. I would be surprised if that was possible.
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Google River Rhone nautical guides! It will depend however on the draught and size of your vessel! No prob in a kayak!!!!
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