Freiberge / Saignelégier

Freiberge / Saignelégier

A slightly undulating plateau at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, defined by large pastures, spruce and fir forests as well as characteristic whitewashed individual farms that have their barns and living quarters under the same roof: these are the Jurassic Freiberg Mountains.more

Blenio Valley (Valle di Blenio)

Blenio Valley (Valle di Blenio)

The Blenio Valley in northern Ticino extends from the Lukmanier Pass (1914 meters above sea level) down the valley to Biasca. In summer, hikers...more

St-Ursanne / Clos du Doubs

St-Ursanne / Clos...

According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the...more

Sardona hut SAC

Sardona hut SAC

Located in the rear of the Calfeisen Valley, at 2,158 meters at the foot...more

Freiberge / Saignelégier

A slightly undulating plateau at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, defined by large pastures, spruce and fir forests as well as characteristic whitewashed individual farms that have their barns and living quarters under the same roof: these are the Jurassic Freiberg Mountains.

A slightly undulating plateau at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, defined by large pastures, spruce and fir forests as well as characteristic whitewashed individual farms that have their barns and living quarters under the same roof: these are the Jurassic Freiberg Mountains.

Blenio Valley (Valle di Blenio)

The Blenio Valley in northern Ticino extends from the Lukmanier Pass (1914 meters above sea level) down the valley to Biasca. In summer, hikers encounter well preserved old villages and art treasures on the valley trail from Biasca via Acquarossa to Olivone. The valley also offers a broad spectrum of cultural offerings, including a large number of museums and churches.

The Blenio Valley in northern Ticino extends from the Lukmanier Pass (1914 meters above sea level) down the valley to Biasca. In summer, hikers encounter well preserved old villages and art treasures on the valley trail from Biasca via Acquarossa to Olivone. The valley also offers a broad spectrum of cultural offerings, including a large number of museums and churches.

St-Ursanne / Clos du Doubs

According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the Irish monk Ursinicus, who lived as a hermit on this isolated spot. Even today, this place possesses a magnetic power of attraction.

According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the Irish monk Ursicinus, who lived as a hermit on this isolated spot. Even today, this place possesses a magnetic power of attraction.

Sardona hut SAC

Located in the rear of the Calfeisen Valley, at 2,158 meters at the foot of the Sardona Glacier, three hours from the Walser village of St. Martin.

Located in the rear of the Calfeisen Valley, at 2,158 meters at the foot of the Sardona Glacier, three hours from the Walser village of St. Martin.