Rougemont - traditional village

Rougemont

Les Pléiades 2

Les Pléiades 2

Funiculaire des Avants-Sonloup

Funiculaire des Avants-Sonloup

Vue sur le Pic Chaussy et Praz Cornet

Vue sur le Pic Chaussy et Praz Cornet

Sommet de la Braye

Sommet de la Braye

Jaunpass

Jaunpass

aérodrome gruyère nord

aérodrome gruyère nord

aerodrome-gruyere sud

aerodrome-gruyere sud

Swisshelicopter - Epagny - Gruyère

Swisshelicopter - Epagny - Gruyère

Lac de Gruyère

Lac de Gruyère

Vue sur les Ormonts et pistes des Mosses

Vue sur les Ormonts et pistes des Mosses

Centre station Les Mosses

Centre station Les Mosses

La Drosera au Col des Mosses

La Drosera au Col des Mosses

Les Mosses - Vue sur le Pic Chaussy

Les Mosses - Vue sur le Pic Chaussy

La Videmanette

La Videmanette

Rougemont - Videmanette

Rougemont - Videmanette

Charmey - Vounetz

Charmey - Vounetz

Charmey SUD

Charmey SUD

Charmey

Charmey

Moléson - Village

Moléson - Village

Moléson - Sommet

Moléson - Sommet

Moléson - Plan Francey

Moléson - Plan Francey

Les Rocher-de-Naye (Est)

Les Rocher-de-Naye (Est)

Rochers de Naye

Rochers de Naye

Les Rochers-de-Naye restaurant Plein Roc

Les Rochers-de-Naye restaurant Plein Roc

Rougemont is an unspoilt traditional village in the valley of the Pays d’Enhaut, whose gentle landscape is home to an exceptional variety of local fl ora and fauna.

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For a thousand years, perhaps longer, people have been farming the land here and prac tising traditional mountain crafts. Their quality of life – and their happiness – is refl ected in the superbly built wooden chalets, adorned with fl owers, decorated with mottoes, dated and signed just like works of art.

Rougemont church, a jewel of Romanesque architecture, was built in the 11th century by monks of the Cluniac order. The church and the adjoining castle – both of which stand on the foundations of the earlier monastery – are protected monuments.

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