La Braye – the family mountain

La Braye – the family mountain

From Dorf Château-d'Oex (Château-d'Oex Village) the aerial cable car glides over the Saane Valley. A chair lift then takes you to the foot of Rochers du Midi. The gentle landscape of Pays d'Enhaut as well as attractive packages make La Braye a...more

Wispile – once reached by Funi sled

Wispile – once reached by Funi sled

The Wispile gondola train takes you to an elevation of 1911 meters. In summer the gondola ride takes you to a petting zoo, a tree adventure park, a Trottinett ride, hikes to Lake Lauen or to Gsteig, paragliding, a “Fairytale Uncle”, a cheese trail...more

Giessbach – to the waterfall and hotel

Giessbach – to...

Although the funicular train has experienced many technical innovations...more

La Braye – the family mountain

From Dorf Château-d'Oex (Château-d'Oex Village) the aerial cable car glides over the Saane Valley. A chair lift then takes you to the foot of Rochers du Midi. The gentle landscape of Pays d'Enhaut as well as attractive packages make La Braye a family-friendly excursion destination.

The treasure hunt in the footsteps of Mike Horn tells of the expeditions of an adventurer, while the ant trail permits insight into the fascinating world of these tiny six-legged beings.

Wispile – once reached by Funi sled

The Wispile gondola train takes you to an elevation of 1911 meters. In summer the gondola ride takes you to a petting zoo, a tree adventure park, a Trottinett ride, hikes to Lake Lauen or to Gsteig, paragliding, a “Fairytale Uncle”, a cheese trail including a visit to a dairy farm and a Silentium Place where you can reflect in silence.

Hardened hikers know the mountain ridge south of Gstaad: As it’s a top starting point for panoramic hikes to the highly-praised Lauenensee lake. Gondola rail takes you up to Höhi Wispile.

Giessbach – to the waterfall and hotel

Although the funicular train has experienced many technical innovations and modernizations, it still radiates as much nostalgia and romance as 127 years ago.

Although the railway has been subject to certain technical renewal, today it radiates the same nostalgic charm and romantic as it did way back in the year 1879.

Bendolla and Corne de Sorebois

The name Anniviers supposedly stems from the Latin "ad nives" (to the snow).