From the shores of Lake Geneva, discover the nature of the Pays-d'Enhaut, Saanenland and Gruyère regions. The Park also represents a set of values and traditions. They constitute a strong link between man, nature and culture.
The Gruyère – Pays-d'Enhaut Regional Nature Park is one of the 19 Swiss parks of national importance. Its territory (630 km²) extends over 3 cantons, between Montreux, Gstaad and Bulle. Go from the lowest altitude of 374 m on the shores of Lake Geneva to the highest peak, Tarent, at 2548 m. The Park is characterised by unspoilt nature, remarkable landscapes, and a still very active alpine economy. Its role is to put forward different projects and actions: to preserve and enhance the quality of nature and landscape, to strengthen economic activities based on sustainability and to raise awareness. Travel through its landscapes and learn more about the park's various activities and educational walks. A varied programme of activities is offered in the park as well, including guided wildlife observations, cultural and historical tours in the villages and discovery walks in the nature reserves.