Journey of discovery into the Vaud Granary

Journey of discovery into the Vaud Granary

The Granary Trail extends from Granges-Marnand to Echallens, winding through dreamy villages, across gently rolling hills, past agricultural land and through shady deciduous forests. Depending on the starting point and the stage chosen for your...more

Hiking tour through typical Valaisian villages

Hiking tour through typical Valaisian...

The hike leads above the Rhone Valley from Fiesch through typical Valaisian villages, and across meadows and woods, to Mörel.more

Scenic Tour of the Bleniotal valley

Scenic Tour of...

The Bleniotal valley is blessed with sunshine – and plenty of bright and...more

Journey of discovery into the Vaud Granary

The Granary Trail extends from Granges-Marnand to Echallens, winding through dreamy villages, across gently rolling hills, past agricultural land and through shady deciduous forests. Depending on the starting point and the stage chosen for your hike, you will find farming families who will be happy to show you the farm.

The Granary Trail extends from Granges-Marnand to Echallens, winding through dreamy villages, across gently rolling hills, past agricultural land and through shady deciduous forests.

Hiking tour through typical Valaisian villages

The hike leads above the Rhone Valley from Fiesch through typical Valaisian villages, and across meadows and woods, to Mörel.

The hike leads above the Rhone Valley from Fiesch through typical Valaisian villages, and across meadows and woods, to Mörel.

Scenic Tour of the Bleniotal valley

The Bleniotal valley is blessed with sunshine – and plenty of bright and beautiful views on the hike from Pian Nara to Biasca.

The Bleniotal valley is blessed with sunshine – and plenty of bright and beautiful views on the hike from Pian Nara to Biasca.

Three Ponds above St. Gallen

This one-hour stroll, only a hundred meters above the city of St. Gallen, takes visitors past Notkersegg Monastery, the three former water storage ponds now used for bathing, and through the historically important Mühlenen gorge back to St. Gallen's Abbey Precincts and directly to the city centre.