Cross-country skiing

Bruyère

Stage : Mont-Crosin – Mont-Crosin

Cross -country skiing, Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin
  • Length

    • 2.5 km
    Length
  • Ascents | Descents

    • 15 m | 15 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Technical | Fitness level

    • Sporty | Moderatly difficult
    Technical | Fitness level

Between pine trees and wooded pastures of Mont-Crosin.

“ This 4 km piste lets you set off to tackle the wide-open spaces, between the fir trees weighed down by snow and the immaculate ground. It had snowed so much that early morning; you could hardly see the tracks anymore. A man on his track machine passed by on the opposite side and I figured he would be back shortly to redo the tracks on my side. The fog was still thick, which made for a mysterious, grey and cold atmosphere. But such little things cannot spoil the fun of sliding on the snow, and my memory of that cold and solitary day is particularly sweet. ”

Shanna

Good to know

Good to know
    • Ask for the Mt-Soleil - Mt-Crosin - Franches-Montagnes wintersport region brochure at Jura bernois Tourisme, St-Imier.
    • So we can keep the trails perfectly groomed, please get a "ski de fond" pass. Tickets to access the cross-country skiing pistes are available from Jura bernois Tourisme, St-Imier.
    • 2nd loop La Bruyère see PDF ''La Bruyère 2''
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Cross -country skiing, Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin
Cross -country skiing, Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin. © Christof Sonderegger

Contact

Contact
Hôtel-Restaurant Chalet Mont-Crosin
Bruyère
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