Hiking

Areuse gorges

Areuse Gorges
  • Length

    • 11.4 km
    Length
  • Ascents | Descents

    • 334 m | 52 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Duration

    • 2 h 43 min
    Duration
  • Technical | Fitness level

    • Family friendly | Moderatly difficult
    Technical | Fitness level

Wide or narrow, bubbling or calm: meet the Areuse.

This captivating route follows the course of the river Areuse – tranquil one moment, tempestuous the next. Stone bridges, catwalks, stairways, narrow passages through the cliffs and awesome rock walls punctuate this revitalising hike through the gorges.

Good to know

Good to know
    • From Neuchâtel, you can take the train to Noiraigue or Champ-du-Moulin, then return by tram from Boudry
    • Caution: in wet weather, the Areuse Gorges can become very slippery
    • Not recommended for pushchairs
    • In the middle of the walk, enjoy the regional specialities of the restaurant de La Truite in Champ-du-Moulin

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Areuse Gorges
Areuse Gorges. © Guillaume Perret
Areuse Gorges
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Museum of vine and wine
Areuse gorges
Areuse gorges

Museum, embassy of Neuchâtel vineyards and wine store in the superb Château de Boudry.



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