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Tourist Office - Natural site - Panorama - In the heart of Swiss Normandy, Roche d'Oetre is one of the most prestigious Western belvederes of France. The classified natural site is in the heart of the oldest mountain in Europe. From a height of 118...more
Views from the rocher are fantastic. Good idea to wear good shoes if you want to climb on the rocks. There are several circuits to follow. They are signposted, but not always clear. We followed the circuit des gorges and followed a descent that was...More
This attraction offers beautiful and natural views over the landscape.
There are a number of viewing points which provide stunning opportunities to look out towards the horizon and both down into and across green valleys with some rocky outcrops.
There is little in terms of...More
Picturesque scenery with plenty of walking - visited with 2 children and did one of the orienteering courses. Quite steep steps up from the bottom but we were warned and you can just walk on the top. Good 'go-ape' courses with differing heights/challenges for children...More
I wouldn't want to descend the combination of natural stone and wooden "stairways" in wet weather. Not at age 73. But we had beautiful weather for the few hours we spent going down to the river and back from the well-organized starting point (with toilets...More
There are some lovely walking tracks in this area with fabulous views over the valley. The marked walks start at only 2.5km - but be aware that given the landscape of the Suisse Normande this still means a steep climb at some point! We arrived...More
This place has changed a lot over the years but the scenery is always worth seeing. In the quiet times there is a real feeling of tranquility here as you look down over the landscape.
The old building is long gone and a new visitor...More
Response from Deborah H | Reviewed this property |
Hi Jennie we were last there in December and did not encounter any so unless they have sneaked them in since( highly unlikely) I reckon you should be OK. Sounds like an exciting endeavour hope all goes well, enjoy the... More
Hi Jennie we were last there in December and did not encounter any so unless they have sneaked them in since( highly unlikely) I reckon you should be OK. Sounds like an exciting endeavour hope all goes well, enjoy the scenery. Deb