The canton of Vaud offers many hikes on two main mountain ranges: the Jura and the Alps. On the Jura side, the walker can venture to the Dôle (1677 m), which is very recognizable by its white ball at its top, but also to the Dent de Vaulion (1482 m) or the Noirmont (1568 m). On the Alps side, it is quite naturally on the Diablerets side that the hiker will find satisfaction, with its incredible views over Lake Geneva and the Massif du Chablais. Among the most memorable hikes in the canton of Vaud, we can mention in particular the Rochers de Naye (2042 m) and their panoramic view over Lake Geneva.
14 September 2020 | by Pierre-Alexandre
Aiguilles de Baulmes is a group of crests located in the Jura massif in the district of Jura-nord vaudois. Culminating at an altitude of 1558 m, Aiguilles de Baulmes are a great classic of the region. Indeed, the path along the ridge offers a magnificent 180° panorama of the Alps, Lake Neuchâtel
24 April 2017 | by Pierre-Alexandre
Recognizable by its white ball at its summit containing a radar for aviation and a weather station, La Dôle, whose toponym denotes a "slope dominating a hollow" remains a classic of the Jura mountains. The panorama offered at the summit gives the right