The island of Ogoz is an island in the canton of Fribourg, on Lake Gruyère. It has ruined castles. When the waters of the lake are low, which is usually the case during the spring, the island becomes accessible by foot, so it becomes temporarily a peninsula.
Oeschinen Lake is at the Jungfrau-Aletsch Unesco World Heritage Site. Situated at 1,578 meter Oeschinen Lake is one of the larger Alpine Lakes. The lake is surrounded by sheer cliffs streaked with waterfalls, glaciers, forests and pastures.
The hut is at the foot of the Grand Muveran summit in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. From the terrace, you can enjoy spectacular views of most of the over-4000-metre summits that form the Valais Alps, including Matterhorn, Combin, Mont Blanc and Dents du Midi. Ibexes will often keep you...
Loutze is located on the tops of the Mayens-de-Chamoson and close to Ovronnaz. After hiking skiing or snowshoeing you can have a swiss speciality at the Loutze snack bar.
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The summits of Ovronnaz; The Muveran massif hosts the few summits of the Vaud Alps which reach the 3000 meter limit. Others peaks: Six Armaille, dent de Favre, dent de Morcles, Haut de Cry, Pointe de Chémo, Tête Séri, l'Ardève.
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The Morgins Lake is located at 1,369 meters, it's a relic of a glacial lake. Today, it is part water and part humid vegetation and marshland on the southern side. This biotope is an amphibian breeding sites.
From the lake, you can admire the Dents du Midi summits.
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The Blonay-Chamby Railway and Museum was opened in 1968 with the aims of operating the metre gauge railway line from Blonay to Chamby and in doing so preserving railway equipment of technical or historic value.
The Émosson Dam is a hydroelectric dam development located in Switzerland in the canton of Valais.
Halfway between Martigny in Switzerland and Chamonix in France, VerticAlp Emosson is a unique rail system allowing visitors to access a natural site nearly 2,000 m (6,500 ft) above sea level...
The Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrucke) is the oldest covered bridge in Europe. It was first constructed around 1367 as part of Lucerne’s fortified city walls.
A fire in 1993 severely damaged the bridge, and many of the more than 100 17th-century painted panels were destroyed; only 25 were saved.
The Grande Dixence dam is the world's highest gravity dam. it is located on the Dixence at the head of the Val d'Hérémence in the canton of Valais in Switzerland.
The dam fuels four power stations, totaling the installed capacity to 2,069 MW, generating approximately 2,000 GWh annually, enough...
The earth pyramids of Euseigne are one of the most important geological sights in the Alps and are protected monuments.
The earth cones are 10 to 15 meters high and most of them are protected by a rock lodged on the top.
The cones were created in the end phase of the last Ice Age, about 80,000...
Two immense landslides occurred in 1714 and 1749 at the Diablerets. At the time these mountains were called Rochers and Scex de Champ, and the landslides were considered to be works of the devil. The mountains were consequently renamed Diablerets, Devils Mountains. The 100-metre-high mounds of...