Mt. Moléson, a prominent hiking destination, dominates the Freiburg Pre-Alps. The cheese is produced the old-fashioned way, over a wood fire, in the Alpine cheese...
Would you like to watch the production of Vacherin Mont-d'Or
AOP, and see how the cheese makers attach a belt of pine bark
around freshly made cheese?
The kitchen is fully equipped for cheese production. The three brackets supporting the pans are of particular interest.
Hike to the alpine dairy above Zermatt and learn about living on the alp and cheese making
In the Entlebuch region, just on the border with the Emmental, is the Marbach-Schangnau alpine dairy. Every day, the milk from buffalo, cows and sheep in both regions...
Cheese-making dairy, visitor's gallery, bar and shop guarantee a taste of all that's behind this protein-packed delicacy in the Jura and Three-Lakes region.
The Diemtigtal includes the largest alpine cheese-making area in Switzerland. The tasty mountain cheese is very much in demand. Many farms give visitors the chance to...
180 tonnes of raclette cheese are produced every year at the modern demonstration dairy in Turtmann. The milk comes from cows from the surrounding area. You can watch...
The Alpschaukäserei (cheese factory), with its stunning views of the Bernina Massif, is situated not far from the Morteratsch Glacier. Watch the cheesemaker at work as...
Just imagine being able to make your own soft cheese in a huge copper kettle over an open fire! This is what you can do at Hemishofen, an organic farm where you can...
Over the fire or in modern copper vats – this exhibition dairy covering 17,500 m2 gives you an up-close look at how the famous Emmental AOC is manufactured.
Unique cheese factory in Engelberg: The shape of the soft cheese made in the first Swiss cheese factory located in a monastery is hand crafted.
Experiencing Alpine Culture not only means sleeping on an Alp, but also working on an Alp or farm. Visitors help with making hay, mucking stalls, milking cows, or...
This alpine dairy produces Samnauner Bergkäse (Samnaun
mountain cheese) and was the first alpine show-dairy to invite
visitors to see how cheese is made.