Rougemont in winter
Located at nearly 1,000 metres above sea level, the village of Rougemont seduces its visitors with its beauty and its architectural heritage.
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, let yourself be seduced by the beauty of the architectural heritage of Rougemont. The village is home to magnificent chalets, typical of the popular art of the region. These wooden buildings, some of which are over 400 years old, proudly display engravings, paintings and inscriptions.
At the entrance to the village, proudly sit the 16th century castle and its 11th century Romanesque church. Both built by the monks of Cluny and classified as important cultural monuments. The illuminated walkway located just below allows you to discover the Château day and night. It is passable on foot thanks to its groomed track but also on cross-country skis!
Culture is an integral part of village life. Whether around the art of paper cutting thanks to the educational walk “In the footsteps of the past with Louis Saugy” or in terms of music thanks to the many festivals organised within the church such as the Folia.
In winter, this mountain destination offers many sporting activities. Put on your ski boots and take to the skies with the Videmanette ski lift. At the summit, an exceptional panoramic view of the Vaud and Bernese mountains is revealed to you. Once on your skis, hurtle down the longest ski run in the Gstaad area!