Through the Vineyards at Mont Vully


This hike through exquisite, charming countryside is at its best during the height of the grape harvest at Murtensee (Lake Murten), at the end of September / beginning of October.

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Technical information

Starting point:Môtier am Murtensee
Getting to the starting point:Auto von Sugiez, über den Mont Vully von Norden oder von Murten/Avenches; Schiff ab Murten oder Neuchâtel; Bus ab Sugiez
Back from the destination:dito
Physical fitness:leicht
Difference in elevation:Aufstieg 190m, Abstieg 190m
Hiking time:1h45 (ohne Besuch der Sandsteinhöhlen)
Season:Februar bis November
Note:   Handy- oder Taschenlampe für den Besuch der Sandsteinstollen La Lamberta nicht vergessen.


Sugiez - Môtier

The fall foliage has already begun to slowly change color, the cheerful tones of the grape harvesters ring out everywhere from under the vines, the view is clear and you can see all the way to the Alps. Experience this unique circular hike and round it off preferably with a wonderful fish delicacy in one of the numerous restaurants at the lake.

The range of hills to the north of Lake Murten is not just land that has been settled since time immemorial - grapes that give superb wines also ripen on its slopes. A varied hike leads straight across the vineyards on the hillsides. If you want to obtain information about this wine region, you can read the information panels by the wayside. If you love adventure, you can ascend to the sandstone grottos at Mont Vully or to the top of the hill. If you just want to enjoy yourself, you can revel in the view of the lake, hills and towns - and happily anticipate the forthcoming wine-tasting in Môtier!

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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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