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près de Château-d'Oex, Canton de Vaud (Switzerland)
Depuis la place du village de Château-d’Oex, on grimpe par des chemins de quartiers d’alpage pour atteindre les parcelles forestières du versant sud, entre Château-d’Oex et Rossinière.
La montée est de courte durée, puis on descend à travers le village de Rossinière. Puis le chemin se poursuit en direction de Château-d’Oex en longeant le fond de la vallée. Le parcours rejoint la Sarine dans le sens aval, passe le Pont Turrian, le village de Gérignoz puis rejoint le pittoresque village de Rougemont aux nombreux chalets plusieurs fois centenaires. Le circuit reprend un peu de hauteur, en suivant les charmants coteaux sud, pour rejoindre Château-d’Oex.
The tourist office of Château-d'Oex is situated on the village square.
During the International Balloon Festival, from January 25th to February 2nd :
Every day: 8am-5.30pm
High season :
Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 12pm, 2pm - 5.30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 8.30am - 12.30pm, 1.30pm - 4.30pm
The tourist office of Rossinière is situated in the center of the village.
Closed for the season.
Setting out on foot from Château-d’Oex, descend towards the River Sarine and you’ll come to the famous Turrian Bridge. Built in 1883, the iron-built structure is one of the oldest and last remaining suspension bridges in Romandy (the western, French-speaking part of Switzerland). Starting from the village square, following the Balloon Path will lead you straight to it. Once there, chance the crossing just as our ancestors did. Take a moment to savour the giddy prospects of the river below. On the far side, turn left and walk through the forest following the lovely path along the riverbank. You’ll pass the magnificent Ramaclé waterfall before reaching the spectacular Gérignoz Gorge.
The Cascade du Ramaclé is halfway between Château-d'Oex and Gérignoz, in a charming forest. Two streams, the Rosette and Ramaclé, join together and form this pretty waterfall.
Walkers can see it due to a pretty path from Château-d'Oex, which can be used both in summer and in winter with snowshoes. From the village square, you enter a forest and follow the Sarine River to the Turrian Bridge. After the bridge, you reach the waterfall where you can enjoy a pleasant rest due to the wooden footbridge and freely accessible picnic area.
This picturesque and natural setting makes this one of the most enchanting walks in the Pays-d'Enhaut.
The tourist office is in the municipal building.
Opening hours :
Monday to Friday : 8:30 am - 12 pm | 2 pm - 5:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday : 08:30 am - 12:30 pm | 01:30 pm - 4:30 pm
The minerals museum is open during the same hours as the office.