Enjoy the clean, fresh air and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and its five elements, either during a hike or a revitalizing stay off the beaten track.
At an altitude of 1,000m, the Franches-Montagnes form a plateau of unspoilt landscapes. Characterised by open pastures and pine forests, it's a paradise for nature lovers
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Come jump on the trampolines in six different zones of the indoor hall with more than 750 m2 at the Jumping Jack Trampoline Park.
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A ride on the uplands of Delémont, discovering a little-known part of the Jura.
As soon as the city centre of Delémont is behind you, you find yourself in an expansive hilly region: The route leads up to the Les-Rangiers chain, where on the pass of the...
Discover the Val Terbi on a looping route starting from Delémont.
A pleasant route for families to ride in complete safety.
Approx. 30-km route around Delémont.
Challenging 10-kilometre hike.
The Balade de Séprais is an open-air museum created in 1993, always open, free and accessible all year round.
Here there is gorgeous hiking through the beautiful Le Val Terbi area where you will experience wonderful nature - meadows, forests, canyons and pastures. This is a really...
Rather demanding hike from Vicques, passing Raimontpierre Castle, over the Mont Raimeux, affording a fantastic panorama. The descent to Grandval leads along a historic trail...
Educational trail dedicated to Auguste Quiquerez.
Meet the Chêne des Bosses, a thousand-year-old oak tree.
An easy hike for families and nature lovers.
A long ascent to the«Welschgätterli» high above the Lüsseltal, a rocky pass and the language border. The last part of the tour runs at high level to Délemont.