The Pic de l’Aigle (the Eagle Peak)

Situated in the Jura department, this peak is chosen for its easy access and panorama offered. The peak is at a moderate altitude of 915m, from which, however, you will experience an unobstructed 360 degrees’ view of lakes on one side, and mountains on the other –...

The Mont d’Or (the Gold Mount)

Situated in the Doubs department, at a 1,463 m altitude and dominating the valley of Jougne, the Métabief Mont d’Or Station is a large summit plateau surrounded by pastures. There are multiple hiking trails available to take you to the summit, located both on the side...

The Crêt Pela

At 1,495m, highest in the Bourgogne-Franche Comté region, the Cret Pela is well hidden among the coniferous trees of the Massacre Forest, giving it a unique ambience. Accessible only from 1 July to 30 November for wildlife protection purposes, the Cret Pela very much...

The Crêt de la Neige

The Cret de la Neige cannot be ignored. Situated on the ridge line, it dominates the Jura mountains. The Cret de la Neige is the culminating point of the Jura at 1,720m altitude, and is situated in the Ain department. There are multiple hiking trails available that...

The Crêt de Chalam

This iconic high place is situated in the Ain department at 1,545m altitude, with the Borne au Lion as start point, and a peak offering an unobstructed 360 degrees’ view on the Jura mountains, the Valserine valley, as well as surrounding mountains. While climbing, you...
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