A singular panoramic view awaits: over the Swiss and French Alps from Eiger to Mont-Blanc and further to Lake Geneva.
At 2,000 metres a.s.l., visitors enjoy delightful hikes, observe marmot species from three continents and look at hundreds of plants from around the world. A particular highlight is the chance to spend the night in an original Mongolian love yurt (nomad-type tent).
The railway up to Rochers-de-Naye operates year-round – even during winter. Actually, Father Christmas himself resides on this 2,000 metres mountain in December.