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Gorges de l'Areuse

Champ-du-Moulin, Bole 2149, Switzerland
+41 32 842 59 09
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Beautiful stone arch bridge Saut du Brot

The “saut du brot” stone arch bridge is the highlight of a pleasant hike through Gorges de... read more

Reviewed July 15, 2017
Geneva, Switzerland
Beauty is dangerous

This is a beautiful walk which I've done many times. I never get bored with it. The last time we... read more

Reviewed March 28, 2017
Rebecca T
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Champ-du-Moulin, Bole 2149, Switzerland
+41 32 842 59 09
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Reviewed July 15, 2017

The “saut du brot” stone arch bridge is the highlight of a pleasant hike through Gorges de l'Areuse. The hike round trip from the Champ-du-Moulin train station is about 5km and only takes an hour or so to walk. Very scenic path as it contours...More

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Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

This is a beautiful walk which I've done many times. I never get bored with it. The last time we did it with our children.. the youngest is 8. We almost lost him as he slipped under a guard rail on a muddy patch, he...More

2  Thank Rebecca T
Reviewed May 13, 2016

I did this hiking trail with my girlfriend on 5th of May 2016. An amazing day out !! We did not expect to see such natural beauty. We had a beautiful day with full sun. The hike is just stunning. Various landscapes, just a dream...More

Thank Ryan S
Reviewed April 25, 2016

I did this walk on Sunday 24th April. The weather was nice. I think that the gorge part of the walk isn't much and its more of a riverside walk. I would recommend this walk to hikers and people who enjoy interesting architecture.

Thank ben k
Reviewed October 4, 2015

We expected lot by seeing the Bridge photo(Bridge in the cave). But, it was not so good as we expected. It was just a River side walk. People who like to stay in calm forest could prefer this place.

1  Thank Vinothkumar M
Reviewed July 4, 2015

Going from noiregue descending the goerge , you need to go to the second little bridge , opportunity to take some lovely pictures

Thank Roland S
Reviewed September 23, 2014

Only 20 minutes from Neuchâtel, this 2 to 3 hour hike is a great day-trip activity for families (some parts are a bit more dangerous, but holding your kid by the hand should do it) or couples. You can either get off the train at...More

4  Thank GrosclaudeR
Reviewed July 1, 2014

While it is not the grand canyon, this one is spectacular as you will walk along the river and will follow it through the spectacular rocks.

1  Thank David P
Reviewed June 8, 2014

If you are a fair to good walker this is the place for you. It took my family 6 hours at a real average pace with a good few stops and a picnic for lunch. We started at Noiraigues which for Switzerland was very easy...More

3  Thank Babaloo550
Reviewed May 31, 2014

Took a train to Boudry and walked through this beautiful gorge to Noiraigues. This took us 3.5 hours with lots of stops on the way to take photos. We chose this way as having knee problems its easier to walk up hill. Most people do...More

1  Thank rhstd
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