Chasseral Nature Park

Regional Nature Park, Bern and Neuchâtel

Sankt Immer: Haut Pointes

Sankt Immer: Haut Pointes

Sankt Immer: L'éolienne

Sankt Immer: L'éolienne

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières - Joux-du-Plane

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières - Joux-du-Plane

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières - Les Pointes

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières - Les Pointes

Sankt Immer: Le Chasseral

Sankt Immer: Le Chasseral

Les Prés-d'Orvin: Les Prés d'Orvin

Les Prés-d'Orvin: Les Prés d'Orvin

Les Prés-d'Orvin › West: Langlaufzentrum: Langlaufzentrum

Les Prés-d'Orvin › West: Langlaufzentrum: Langlaufzentrum

Tramelan

Tramelan

La Vue-des-Alpes

La Vue-des-Alpes

La Neuveville: Lake Biel

La Neuveville: Lake Biel

Lignières NE: Camping Fraso-Ranch Lignières

Lignières NE: Camping Fraso-Ranch Lignières

Vingelz: Bielersee - Südwest

Vingelz: Bielersee - Südwest

Magglingen › Nord: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in - Ausflug zur Weitsicht

Magglingen › Nord: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in - Ausflug zur Weitsicht

Magglingen: Biel/Bienne - Lake Biel

Magglingen: Biel/Bienne - Lake Biel

Magglingen › Nord-Ost: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in

Magglingen › Nord-Ost: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in

Magglingen › Nord-Ost: Restaurant End der Welt - 400-Rundbahn und Fussballplatz «End der Welt»

Magglingen › Nord-Ost: Restaurant End der Welt - 400-Rundbahn und Fussballplatz «End der Welt»

Nods BE › West: Chasseral

Nods BE › West: Chasseral

Nods BE: Chasseral

Nods BE: Chasseral

Prêles: Vinifuni Bergstation

Prêles: Vinifuni Bergstation

Located in the triangle between Neuchâtel, La Chaux-de-Fonds and Biel/Bienne, the summit of the Chasseral is both the high point and centre of the nature park. The reserve covers 387km2 - 1% of the surface area of Switzerland – and a total of 21 municipalities.

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‘Tête de Moine’, ‘Camille Bloch’, ‘Chasselas’ and ‘Treberwurst’: Chasseral is one of the highest points in the Swiss Jura, it is, in a manner of speaking, the summit of enjoyment. This is the world of cheese dairies, chocolate and – on the shores of Lake Biel – naturally also wine. Those wishing to delve into its secrets should walk along the vine-growing trail.

Those wanting to venture up higher should set out on the ridge walk which will take them to the Chasseral landmark that is visible in the distance: the telecommunication tower, a symbol for the close ties that exist here between technology and tradition, man and nature.

Forming part of the landscape here for many years, it isn’t only the wind and solar power stations that bear testament to the large amount of energy available in the Chasseral Regional Park, but also the innovative ideas of the people that live here.

Visitors can learn about living traditions and enjoy rural cooking in one of the many typical mountain inns (Métairies).

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