Combe Grède

Chasseral

Mont-Soleil: Mont Soleil

Mont-Soleil: Mont Soleil

Sankt Immer: L'éolienne

Sankt Immer: L'éolienne

Sankt Immer: Le Chasseral

Sankt Immer: Le Chasseral

Sankt Immer: Haut Pointes

Sankt Immer: Haut Pointes

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières

Les Pontins: Bugnenets - Savagnières

Mont-Soleil: Mont Soleil

Mont-Soleil: Mont Soleil

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

Les Prés-d'Orvin: Les Prés d'Orvin

Les Prés-d'Orvin: Les Prés d'Orvin

Les Prés-d'Orvin: Métairie de Gléresse

Les Prés-d'Orvin: Métairie de Gléresse

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: Camping Fraso-Ranch

Lignières: Camping Fraso-Ranch

Magglingen › Nord: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in - Ausflug zur Weitsicht

Magglingen › Nord: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in - Ausflug zur Weitsicht

Magglingen › Nord-Ost: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in

Magglingen › Nord-Ost: Aussichtsturm Lothurm in

Vingelz: Bielersee - Südwest

Vingelz: Bielersee - Südwest

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»

Magglingen: Biel/Bienne - Lake Biel

Magglingen: Biel/Bienne - Lake Biel

Nods: Chasseral

Nods: Chasseral

Prêles: Vinifuni Bergstation

Prêles: Vinifuni Bergstation

A huge crevice vertically divides the ridge over St-Imier into two parts – the Combe Grède.

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Technical information

Begin of tour / Point of arrival:St-Imier
Access starting point / Access point of arrival:train
Physical fitness:difficult
Difficulty:difficult
Hiking time:6h
Length:14 km
Season:May – October

Description

The craggy cliff faces are inhabited by chamois and marmots, even pellegrine falcons and wood grouse can be seen. The 14-km-long and steep walk from St-Imier through the Combe Grède direct to the Chasseral is very demanding, takes a good 6 hours and should only be undertaken by experienced hikers.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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