Finding the Origin of the Saane River

Les Diablerets

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This challenging four-day hike will make any naturist's heart beat higher. Not only will one see the most varied geological formations but also hike through rugged terrain, through gorges, wide-open hilltops, along quiet alpine lakes and idyllic ponds. While one's views constantly change, the one thing one does not lose sight of though is the massive Les Diablerets chain.
The first segment goes from the village of Les Diablerets over the Col de la Croix. it affords some spectacular views onto the Dents du Midi, the Muverans, and the Mont-Blanc. Sleep in Alp Les Chaux. Then press onwards across the wide open plateau towards the Pas de Cheville. Then it is a steep descent through the virgin forest of Derboranence. The exposed path is hewn into the cliff and is thus not recommended to hikers with vertigo. It leads right to the Sanetsch Pass where one sleeps at the artificial lake. Then continue via Gsteig where one crosses the language border, then back to the Col du Pillon and the village Les Diablerets.
How to get there:
Drive or take public transportation from Bern to Gstaad and to Les Diablerets. Or from Lausanne via Aigle to Les Diablerets.

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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