Moléson - Alpine Cheese Dairy

Moléson - Alpine Cheese Dairy

Mt. Moléson, a prominent hiking destination, dominates the Freiburg Pre-Alps. The cheese is produced the old-fashioned way, over a wood fire, in the Alpine cheese dairy in Moléson. A thematic hiking trail leads from Alp to Alp.more

Visit an alpine cheese factory

Visit an alpine cheese factory

A guided tour to the alpine raclette cheese factory with the famous Hérens cows. The visitor is given the chance to learn how summer life unfolds in the alpine pastures in the canton of Wallis.more

Open cheese dairy

Open cheese dairy

The kitchen is fully equipped for cheese production. The three brackets...more

Philippe Pascoët, Chocolatier

Philippe Pascoët,...

Winner of the Prix de l’Artisanat de Genève 2006, Philippe Pascoët...more

Moléson - Alpine Cheese Dairy

Mt. Moléson, a prominent hiking destination, dominates the Freiburg Pre-Alps. The cheese is produced the old-fashioned way, over a wood fire, in the Alpine cheese dairy in Moléson. A thematic hiking trail leads from Alp to Alp.

Mt. Moléson, a prominent hiking destination, dominates the Freiburg Pre-Alps. The cheese is produced the old-fashioned way, over a wood fire, in the Alpine cheese dairy in Moléson. A thematic hiking trail leads from Alp to Alp.

Visit an alpine cheese factory

A guided tour to the alpine raclette cheese factory with the famous Hérens cows. The visitor is given the chance to learn how summer life unfolds in the alpine pastures in the canton of Wallis.

A guided tour to the alpine cheese factory with the famous Hérens cows. The visitor is given the chance to learn how summer life unfolds in the alpine pastures in the canton of Wallis.

Open cheese dairy

The kitchen is fully equipped for cheese production. The three brackets supporting the pans are of particular interest.

The kitchen is fully equipped for cheese production. The three brackets supporting the pans are of particular interest as, generally, there is only one.

Philippe Pascoët, Chocolatier

Winner of the Prix de l’Artisanat de Genève 2006, Philippe Pascoët boldly mixes different varieties of chocolate, fruit purees, and herbs to produce original creations such as passion fruit, black currant and saffron-flavoured chocolates.