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Hôtel Restaurant du Chasseron, 1607m

Hôtel Restaurant du Chasseron, 1607m

The Hôtel du Chasseron is located on the Chasseron, the highest mountain in the Vaud Jura, and is popular among hikers, nature lovers, anyone who appreciates beautiful panoramas, and incurable romantics who wish to enjoy many magnificent sunsets!more

La Casba

La Casba

This charming alpine hostelry offers a warm welcome and a simple cuisine that uses natural ingredients produced in the surrounding rural areas.more

Piste des Petites Roches

Piste des Petites...

From the summit of the Petites Roches nearly 1,600 metres above sea...more

The Covatannaz Gorge: an Energy trail

The Covatannaz...

The rugged Arnon Gorge between Vuiteboeuf and Ste-Croix in the Jurassic...more

Hôtel Restaurant du Chasseron, 1607m

The Hôtel du Chasseron is located on the Chasseron, the highest mountain in the Vaud Jura, and is popular among hikers, nature lovers, anyone who appreciates beautiful panoramas, and incurable romantics who wish to enjoy many magnificent sunsets!

A paradise among Jura peaks, the Hotel du Chasseron is a panoramic viewpoint over one of the most beautiful Alpine scenes, extending from Titlis to Salève. Peaks that are more than 120 km high perforate the horizon.

Hôtel Restaurant du Chasseron, 1607m
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La Casba

This charming alpine hostelry offers a warm welcome and a simple cuisine that uses natural ingredients produced in the surrounding rural areas.

La Casba
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Piste des Petites Roches

From the summit of the Petites Roches nearly 1,600 metres above sea level skiers enjoy views of the Mittelland and Lake Neuchâtel and also of the Alps looming on the horizon.

Although the descent from Petites Roches to Les Rasses is marked in black, less experienced skiers can also enjoy this route. The piste follows moderately steep, uniform terrain and hence is suitable for families too.

Piste des Petites Roches
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The Covatannaz Gorge: an Energy trail

The rugged Arnon Gorge between Vuiteboeuf and Ste-Croix in the Jurassic mountains of Vaud beckons not only with myriad adventures in pristine nature, but also with very potent energy sources. A map describes the way.

Seemingly hewn out of the rocks, the Gorge of Covatannaz extends from Vuiteboeuf through the wooded and steep flank of the Jura up to Ste-Croix. In this gorge, extremely high energy values are measured.

The Covatannaz Gorge: an Energy trail
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