Panoramic Hike Above the Ormont Valley

The high alpine hike overlooking the Ormont Valley affords some magnificent views. start off in Isenau, hike towards Métreile, La Lé and the Pic Chaussy (or around the mountain peak) to Les Mosses. more

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Finding the Origin of the Saane River

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... more

Finding the Origin of the Saane River
Lake Retaud: a Little Paradise Overlooking the Les Diablerets Glacier

Lake Retaud: a Little Paradise...

Lake Retaud is a little paradise on the south-facing slope of La Palette, with a spectacular view over the Les Diablerets massif. It is a target on... more

Panoramic Hike Above the Ormont Valley

The high alpine hike overlooking the Ormont Valley affords some magnificent views. start off in Isenau, hike towards Métreile, La Lé and the Pic Chaussy (or around the mountain peak) to Les Mosses.

Panoramic Hike Above the Ormont Valley
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Finding the Origin of the Saane River

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.

Finding the Origin of the Saane River
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Lake Retaud: a Little Paradise Overlooking the Les Diablerets Glacier

Lake Retaud is a little paradise on the south-facing slope of La Palette, with a spectacular view over the Les Diablerets massif. It is a target on many excursions and is easily accessible from the Col du Pillon or Les Diablerets. Forget all the stresses of everyday life as you relax on the terrace of the restaurant.

A little paradise in the Vaud Alps: tucked away in a basin on the south-facing slope of La Palette, the crystal clear waters of Lake Retaud reflect blue sky and dark fir trees.

Lake Retaud: a Little Paradise Overlooking the Les Diablerets Glacier
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