Located in the Vaud Alps, set between the regions of Gruyère and Gstaad, the Pays-d'Enhaut is not only rich in heritage and gastronomy, it also offers a multitude of sporting and cultural activities! Whether it's downhill skiing, snowshoeing, climbing a summit on ski touring or a balloon flight with a view of the most beautiful peaks, everyone will be able to find what they are looking for during their stay.
At the entrance to the Pays-d'Enhaut from Bulle, the village of Rossinière seduces its visitors with its exceptional architectural heritage. With its hundred-year-old wooden chalets, stroll through the streets of this small village from where you can see the frozen shores of Lake Vernex.
Château-d'Œx offers a unique outdoor experience thanks to balloon flights. Don't miss the famous International Balloon Festivalin January! For those who enjoy good food, L’Etivaz is the not-to-be-missed gourmet stop in the Pays-d'Enhaut. Thanks to its cheese cellars, discover all the secrets of L'Etivaz AOP!
Rougemont is the last village in the Pays-d'Enhaut before the border with our neighbours of Gstaad. Classified as one of the most beautiful villages in Switzerland, Rougemont takes you to discover its century-old chalets as well as its Cluniac church! During snowy periods, put on your ski boots and take to the skies with the La Videmanette ski lift. At the summit, an exceptional panoramic view awaits you.