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Leisure activities and tourism for people with disabilities in the Vaud Alps

The Vaud Alps are accessible to everyone thanks to the many activities offered to people with specific needs in terms of mobility and support.

In the Vaud Alps, numerous leisure activities are organised by structures specialised in supporting people with physical or mental health problems. The committed instructors, who are passionate about their sport, take great satisfaction in providing intense moments of pleasure and emotion to people with limited autonomy.

Specialised organisations

Specialised structures offer sports and leisure activities in summer and winter. Sports equipment especially designed to assist people in need is available to make the descents in the summer. In the winter, a device piloted by a specialist offers the opportunity to enjoy the slopes.

Accessible tourist attractions

Some tourist sites and leisure facilities in the Vaud Alps can be visited by people with reduced mobility. The sites are adapted over the whole or part of the visit. Similarly, the amenities vary from one site to another and are set up according to the possibilities linked to the layout of the premises. Heritage buildings, museums, cultural spaces or sports centres, several activities are possible.

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Various points of interest for people with reduced mobility

Heritage sites, museums and cultural spaces for everyone.

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Adapted group accommodation

Several accommodations suitable for groups of people with reduced mobility are available in the Vaud Alps. These establishments therefore facilitate the organisation of camps where the participants stay on site and take part in the wide range of activities available in the specialised structures.

Chalet La Rochette

The holiday home located in Chñteau-d'ƒx has undergone major renovations to become a functional accommodation for the reception of people with reduced mobility or special needs. Accommodation is also open to able-bodied people.

Chalet Le Petit Chevrier

The large fully-accessible chalet was built in 2017. The establishment has a capacity of 10 beds, an area of 330 mÂČ on 3 floors connected by a lift. Set in an ideal location on a plateau facing south.

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