Located in the Vaud Alps between the Gruyère and Gstaad regions, the Pays-d'Enhaut is rich in cultural heritage and excellent gastronomy, but it also offers highlights in terms of sports and cultural activities.
Biking, climbing a peak over 2000 metres high, hiking in the heart of nature, tasting regional products or making a balloon flight with a view of the most beautiful summits, there is something for everyone during their stay.
At the entrance to the Pays-d'Enhaut from Bulle, Rossinière seduces you with its exceptional architectural heritage. Every summer, the streets of the village are transformed into an open-air exhibition. Between the hundred-year-old chalets and the Grand Chalet de Balthus, discover remarkable and original artworks. The village is also the starting point for many hikes and is on the Via Alpina route!
Château-d'Œx awaits you, all year round, for an outdoor experience thanks to balloon flights. Don't miss the famous International Balloon Festival in January! For those with a gourmet interest, l'Etivaz is the gourmet stop not to be missed in the Pays-d'Enhaut. Thanks to these cheese cellars, discover all the secrets of L'Etivaz AOP!
Rougemont is the last village in the Pays-d'Enhaut before the neighbouring town of Gstaad. Classified as one of the most beautiful villages in Switzerland, Rougemont takes you on a tour of its centuries-old chalets and its Cluniac church! In summer, take the Videmanette cable car up to the top. At the summit, an exceptional panorama is revealed to you.
Discover the villages of Rossinière, Château-d'Œx - l'Etivaz and Rougemont!