The peak can be reached by cable car from the vacation village of Moléson-sur-Gruyères. The cable car leads to Plan-Francey. Subsequently, one continues traversing the rocks by aerial cable car. During the day one has a superb, sweeping view of the region around Lake Geneva, Gruyères Region and the Alps, and at night breathtaking vistas of the depths of the universe. All this is possible on top of Mt. Moléson thanks to the world's largest binoculars and an observatory with four telescopes.
And the summer toboggan run, downhill karts, grass scooters, two via ferrata routes, Alpine cheese-making and dairy hike, summit observatory or ridge hike over the Teysachaux to Les Paccots are even more reasons to visit the Moléson and environs in summer.
The 30 km of pistes, nicely topped with funicular rail, a cable car and six ski lifts, cater to varying degrees of ability and unforgettable enjoyment. In addition, funicular rail here leads to numerous snowshoe trails and a 4 km long sledge run offside the ski slopes.
The Moléson also has opportunities to head off in all directions on attractive winter hikes and snowshoe trails. 3.5 km of signposted paths from Gruyères to the Lake Geneva region lead through largely unspoilt and enchanting snowy landscapes.