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Mont Tendre: From Mollendruz to Marchairuz

Mont Tendre: From Mollendruz to Marchairuz

The Mont Tendre Trail takes 5 hours from Col du Mollendruz, ascending 500 metres to Mont Tendre and leading gently back down to Col du Marchairuz. It runs right through the middle of the Jura Vaudois Nature Reserve, which is with its 523 kilometres of marked trails especially popular with casual...more

'La Dent de Vaulion' Chalet

'La Dent de Vaulion' Chalet

Taste the specialty dish served in the Dent du Vaulion Chalet: cheese fondue!more

On the Vacherin Trail

On the Vacherin...

Take a walk along the Vacherin trail and discover the artistry within...more

Cheese dairies Vacherin Mont-d'Or AOP

Cheese dairies...

Would you like to watch the production of Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and...more

Mont Tendre: From Mollendruz to Marchairuz

The Mont Tendre Trail takes 5 hours from Col du Mollendruz, ascending 500 metres to Mont Tendre and leading gently back down to Col du Marchairuz. It runs right through the middle of the Jura Vaudois Nature Reserve, which is with its 523 kilometres of marked trails especially popular with casual hikers.

At 1679 meters Mont Tendre is the highest peak in the Swiss Jura and offers the finest 360 degree panoramic vista. The Mont Tendre Trail takes 5 hours from Col du Mollendruz, ascending 500 metres to Mont Tendre and leading gently back down to Col du Marchairuz.

Mont Tendre: From Mollendruz to Marchairuz
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'La Dent de Vaulion' Chalet

Taste the specialty dish served in the Dent du Vaulion Chalet: cheese fondue!

Monsieur Alberto Tejo welcomes you into the chalet, situated 1,485 metres above sea level, and offers you the chance to try the specialty dish served there: cheese fondue. Enjoy the magnificent view of the mountain chains and lakes.

'La Dent de Vaulion' Chalet
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On the Vacherin Trail

Take a walk along the Vacherin trail and discover the artistry within this traditional industry. Mont-d'Or Vacherin, a unique, creamy cheese, benefits from a reputation that stretches beyond the Swiss borders. The season for this cheese is between the end of September and April, and it has been handmade in the cheese shops here (and matured in traditional cellars) for over a century.

Mont-d'Or Vacherin, a unique, creamy cheese, benefits from a reputation that stretches beyond the Swiss borders. The season for this cheese is between the end of September and April, and it has been handmade in the cheese shops here (and matured in traditional cellars) for over a century.

On the Vacherin Trail
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Cheese dairies Vacherin Mont-d'Or AOP

Would you like to watch the production of Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and see how the cheese makers attach a belt of pine bark around freshly made cheese? The cheese dairies of the Vallée de Joux that produce Vacherin Mont-d’Or AOP, and the aging cellars as well, are happy to welcome interested visitors during the production period from late September to April.

Cheese dairies Vacherin Mont-d'Or AOP
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