Castles of Bellinzona

Castles of Bellinzona

With its castles, walls, towers, battlements and gates, this impressive fortress is a source of wonder and amazement.more

Seeberg Lake

Seeberg Lake

High above the Diemtigtal, at the end of a little side valley and on the way over to the Simmental, is the picturesque Seeberg Lake (1831 m). This...more

Signposted tour in the Pays d'Enhaut (Bike)

Signposted tour...

Explore the Pays d'Enhaut by bike. Pays d'Enhaut with its rich,...more

Combe Grède

Combe Grède

A huge crevice vertically divides the ridge over St-Imier into two parts...more

Castles of Bellinzona

With its castles, walls, towers, battlements and gates, this impressive fortress is a source of wonder and amazement.

With its castles, walls, towers, battlements and gates, this impressive fortress is a source of wonder and amazement.

Castles of Bellinzona
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Seeberg Lake

High above the Diemtigtal, at the end of a little side valley and on the way over to the Simmental, is the picturesque Seeberg Lake (1831 m). This nature conservation area attracts both walkers and bikers. A typical mountain lake with cold, clear water, a very popular place for a day out. There are mysterious underground streams flowing in and out of the lake. The nearby mountain hut is manned in summer.

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Signposted tour in the Pays d'Enhaut (Bike)

Explore the Pays d'Enhaut by bike. Pays d'Enhaut with its rich, flowering meadows, and its dark green pine forests, is tailor-made for nature sports. The bike trails are very demanding in part and may provoke some cramping in your calves. The tour up to Lac de l'Hongrin is short, but it will surprise you with some tricky slopes.

Pays d'Enhaut with its rich, flowering meadows, and its dark green pine forests, is tailor-made for nature sports. The bike trails are very demanding in part and may provoke some cramping in your calves. The tour up to Lac de l'Hongrin is short, but it will surprise you with some tricky slopes.

Signposted tour in the Pays d'Enhaut (Bike)
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Combe Grède

A huge crevice vertically divides the ridge over St-Imier into two parts – the Combe Grède. The craggy cliff faces are inhabited by chamois and marmots, even pellegrine falcons and wood grouse can be seen. The 14-km-long and steep walk from Villeret through the Combe Grède direct to the Chasseral is very demanding, takes a good 6 hours and should only be undertaken by experienced hikers. The start and end point can be reached using public transportation.

A huge crevice vertically divides the ridge over St-Imier into two parts – the Combe Grède.

Combe Grède
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