The entire course of the Allondon, a tributary of the Rhone, is a floodplain biotope of national significance. The hike starts in Malval, from where you have the best view of the gorgeous valley.
Wine road and wine studies trail in Dardagny. Discover charming villages on foot, dine in superb restaurants and become acquainted with dishes typical for Geneva. The wine road leads via Bourdigny-Choully, Peissy and Russin to Dardagny and concludes with the wine studies trail.
The Freiberg mountains of the Jura have preserved their park-like character as well as their roughness until today. The marsh landscape nature reserve of Etang de la Gruère is a special attraction on this austere plateau.
Opposites are fascinating. And no two worlds could contrast more than those at the beginning and the end of the thrilling train ride from lively, sophisticated Montreux to the austere summit of Rochers-de-Naye.