La Sernanty

Route Information

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Region
Difficulty
Difficult
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Ascent
Descent

Description

This family hike takes you to some beautiful view points and the typical hamlet of Vers-l'Eglise.

Starting from the Tourist Office, follow the river to the station, then head out of the village along the main road. Continue along the road to Les Bovets past the Hôtel du Pillon, until you get to “Les Granges”. Then walk along the footpath that winds through beautiful chalets to “La Sernanty”, and then continue on to Le Rosex then Les Aviolats. Next, take the tarmac road along the river to Les Diablerets through the pretty little village of Vers-l'Eglise. When you’re in Vers-l'Eglise, visit the museum which regularly has exhibitions on the Vallée des Ormonts or linger for a while on the terrace of the Auberge de l'Ours. Enjoy the tranquillity of the hamlet’s pretty paved square with its church and fountain. From Vers-l'Eglise, you can take the little ASD (Aigle-Sépey-Diablerets) train back up to Les Diablerets. 1 train every hour.

Practical Information

PARKING: At the start of the hike near the Tourist Office, free parking at the Maison des Congrès. TRANSPORT: From Vers-l'Eglise, you can go up to Les Diablerets with the little train "ASD (Aigle-Sépey-Diablerets), 1 train per hour. A FEW TIPS: - Plan your hike (route, duration, weather). - Equip yourself appropriately; sturdy shoes (preferably high heels), suitable clothing and protection against the weather. - Take sufficient food and drink. - Take a pocket pharmacy. - Be aware of weather changes - Do not walk on grass and crops - Close all pasture gates - Turn off fireplaces, refrain from making fires in case of drought - Take your rubbish with you

This family hike takes you to some beautiful view points and the typical hamlet of Vers-l'Eglise.

Starting from the Tourist Office, follow the river to the station, then head out of the village along the main road. Continue along the road to Les Bovets past the Hôtel du Pillon, until you get to “Les Granges”. Then walk along the footpath that winds through beautiful chalets to “La Sernanty”, and then continue on to Le Rosex then Les Aviolats. Next, take the tarmac road along the river to Les Diablerets through the pretty little village of Vers-l'Eglise. When you’re in Vers-l'Eglise, visit the museum which regularly has exhibitions on the Vallée des Ormonts or linger for a while on the terrace of the Auberge de l'Ours. Enjoy the tranquillity of the hamlet’s pretty paved square with its church and fountain. From Vers-l'Eglise, you can take the little ASD (Aigle-Sépey-Diablerets) train back up to Les Diablerets. 1 train every hour.

Practical Information

PARKING: At the start of the hike near the Tourist Office, free parking at the Maison des Congrès. TRANSPORT: From Vers-l'Eglise, you can go up to Les Diablerets with the little train "ASD (Aigle-Sépey-Diablerets), 1 train per hour. A FEW TIPS: - Plan your hike (route, duration, weather). - Equip yourself appropriately; sturdy shoes (preferably high heels), suitable clothing and protection against the weather. - Take sufficient food and drink. - Take a pocket pharmacy. - Be aware of weather changes - Do not walk on grass and crops - Close all pasture gates - Turn off fireplaces, refrain from making fires in case of drought - Take your rubbish with you

Course profile

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