Le Chamossaire – and surroundings

The Red Train from Bex to Villars-sur-Ollon and on to the Col de Bretaye has been in operation for over 100 years. In summer and in winter the offerings are enhanced by the gondola train from Villars/Chésières zum Roc d'Orsay and by the one running between Barboleuse and Les Chaux. The hill tract... more

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Sattel-Hochstuckli – pure adventure

The ride on the Sattel-Hochstuckli chairlift has always been a wonderful experience. It is even more so today with the new revolving gondola... more

Sattel-Hochstuckli – pure adventure
Dent d'Hérens 4171 m

Dent d'Hérens 4171 m

Way up high, in fact no longer in the drainage basin for the valley, is the Dent d'Hérens, from a mountaineer's point of view in the shadow of the... more

Le Chamossaire – and surroundings

The Red Train from Bex to Villars-sur-Ollon and on to the Col de Bretaye has been in operation for over 100 years. In summer and in winter the offerings are enhanced by the gondola train from Villars/Chésières zum Roc d'Orsay and by the one running between Barboleuse and Les Chaux. The hill tract between the Vaudoise Rhone Valley and Les Diablerets is known for its diverse hiking trails, panoramic views and its mountain restaurants.

A well-connected hiking and biking region between Villars-sur-Ollon and the Les Diablerets village. Mountain and gondola railways together with lesser-known bus connection.

Sattel-Hochstuckli – pure adventure

The ride on the Sattel-Hochstuckli chairlift has always been a wonderful experience. It is even more so today with the new revolving gondola "Stuckli Rondo". The 8-seater gondola train with revolving cabins built in Sattel-Hochstuckli is a worldwide first.

Revolving gondola rail, summer toboggan fun on the Stuckli-Run, Skywalk footpath on the hanging bridge, hops and jumps in a bouncy castle and exciting scooter descents add to adventure here.

Dent d'Hérens 4171 m

Way up high, in fact no longer in the drainage basin for the valley, is the Dent d'Hérens, from a mountaineer's point of view in the shadow of the Matterhorn, just a few kilometres away. The usual starting point for the difficult route that most people take to the top on the Italian border is the Rifugio Aosta on the southern side of the ridge. The first ascent of the Dent d'Hérens was on 12 August 1863.