Gemmi – historic pass

Gemmi – historic pass

The Gemmi Train climbs the steep Gemmi face to the wonderful mountain world of the Gemmi Region, which is famous for its rich traditions. The Gemmi Train was built in 1957 and has since then transported many a guest to an elevation of 2,350 meters.more

Le Moléson – close to the stars

Le Moléson – close to the stars

The higher, the better! You will reach the peak of the Moleson by funicular up to Plan-Francey and then by cable car. While you glide up the northeast face, the horizon recedes ever more into the distance and a thousand sights come into view.more

La Vidémanette – Gstaad Dolomites

La Vidémanette –...

The 8-seat gondola train Rougemont-Videmanette starts its 2,8-kilometer...more

Mont Salève – Geneva and Mont Blanc

Mont Salève –...

A rewarding excursion destination is Mont Salève, which is situated in...more

Gemmi – historic pass

The Gemmi Train climbs the steep Gemmi face to the wonderful mountain world of the Gemmi Region, which is famous for its rich traditions. The Gemmi Train was built in 1957 and has since then transported many a guest to an elevation of 2,350 meters.

Already the Romans trod this path from the main Valais valley to the north. The historic pass crossing unites Leukerbad with Kandersteg – without roads, instead mountain rail.

Le Moléson – close to the stars

The higher, the better! You will reach the peak of the Moleson by funicular up to Plan-Francey and then by cable car. While you glide up the northeast face, the horizon recedes ever more into the distance and a thousand sights come into view.

No wonder Freiburg citizens sing songs of the Moléson as the mountain that stole their hearts – already the journey to this scenic summit is a treat.

La Vidémanette – Gstaad Dolomites

The 8-seat gondola train Rougemont-Videmanette starts its 2,8-kilometer ride from the valley and reaches an elevation of 2151 meters.

The gondola railway with carriages for 8 travels to Sattel close to the striking Rüeblihorn, Le Rubli. And from here you have the choice of 3 via ferrata paths with diverse levels of difficulty.

Mont Salève – Geneva and Mont Blanc

A rewarding excursion destination is Mont Salève, which is situated in neighbouring France.

Geneva’s home mountain lies around 900 meters above the Jet d'Eau, on French terrain, yet at the heart of Geneva. And the mountain has been connected to mountain rail since over 120 years.