Fortress Vallorbe - World War II Site

Fortress Vallorbe - World War II Site

The Vaudoise town of Vallorbe lies in a valley basin of the river Orbe, directly on the French border. An inconspicuous chalet is nestled against the slope above Vallorbe. It is the disguised entrance to the fortress "Pré-Giroud".more

Tamina Gorge Circular Tour, Bad Ragaz

Tamina Gorge Circular Tour, Bad Ragaz

Explore the secrets of the Tamina Gorge on a beautiful hiking loop. The returning route via the beautiful natural bridge to the village of Pfäfers (Dorf Pfäfers) along the Porta Romana and past the Wartenstein Ruin will also inspire you.more

Back to the future - open-air museum

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The Muggio Valley was once very nearly abandoned, but precisely...more

Fortress Vallorbe - World War II Site

The Vaudoise town of Vallorbe lies in a valley basin of the river Orbe, directly on the French border. An inconspicuous chalet is nestled against the slope above Vallorbe. It is the disguised entrance to the fortress "Pré-Giroud".

The Vaudoise town of Vallorbe lies in a valley basin of the river Orbe, directly on the French border. An inconspicuous chalet is nestled against the slope above Vallorbe. It is the disguised entrance to the fortress "Pré-Giroud".

Tamina Gorge Circular Tour, Bad Ragaz

Explore the secrets of the Tamina Gorge on a beautiful hiking loop. The returning route via the beautiful natural bridge to the village of Pfäfers (Dorf Pfäfers) along the Porta Romana and past the Wartenstein Ruin will also inspire you.

Explore the secrets of the Tamina Gorge on a beautiful hiking loop. The returning route via the beautiful natural bridge to the village of Pfäfers (Dorf Pfäfers) along the Porta Romana and past the Wartenstein Ruin will also inspire you.

Walser-Trail in the Safien Valley

The long-distance trail leads in three stages through the diverse natural and cultural landscape of the Safien Valley.

Back to the future - open-air museum

The Muggio Valley was once very nearly abandoned, but precisely because the locals place importance on their past, it now lives on into the future as an open-air museum.

The Muggio Valley was once very nearly abandoned, but precisely because the locals place importance on their past, it now lives on into the future as an open-air museum.