Waterfront hikes

To enjoy the fresh clean air as while strolling around Lake Neuchâtel.

A beautiful mineral and aquatic area to explore on foot or by boat.

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

Isolated farms, an unspoilt lake and wooded hills: a picture-postcard landscape that exudes unique charm.

In the middle of the mysterious land of absinthe, the magnificent waterfall of Môtiers and the beautiful forest hike in the Poëta-Raisse gorge.

Hiking on the ridges

Hike along the French-Swiss border and discover the border markers set up in 1766 and 1819.

This 7-hour walk showcases all the charm and variety of the Jura ridges.

Enjoy the fantastic panoramic view from the high mountain chain with the Tête de Ran and Mont Racine...

The perspiration at the start of this stage is well worth it: the highlight of the tour is the natural...

A sustained ascent towards Tête de Ran and Mont-Racine, along the Jura crests.

Follow the river Doubs as it snakes along the French-Swiss border, and feast your eyes on the stunningly beautiful countryside.

A varied hike between the upper St.Imier Valley and the Val de Ruz Valley with the winter-sports resort,...

A superb valley, and a walk across rolling terrain.

St-Imier–La Chaux-de-Fonds

Hiking up from Les Rochats to the Chasseron, look down over Lake Neuchâtel and, further south, Lake Geneva....

Family hikes

A stroll among a hundred statues sculpted in wood.

The Romandy, the French-speaking part of Switzerland, holds many natural experiences. One leads from...

This pretty walk follows the course of the river Seyon.

On this educational trail, you'll discover some exciting tales about the village and its surrounding area.

A beautiful mineral and aquatic area to explore on foot or by boat.

Trail down the side of the Chaumont, marked with wood sculptures.

Educational trail retracing the history of peat farming.

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

A pleasant climb up to the viewpoint at the Rochers de Tablettes

Sporty hikes

Follow the course of the Doubs and its contrasting landscapes.

Hiking up from Les Rochats to the Chasseron, look down over Lake Neuchâtel and, further south, Lake Geneva....

Enjoy the fantastic panoramic view from the high mountain chain with the Tête de Ran and Mont Racine...

Follow the river Doubs as it snakes along the French-Swiss border, and feast your eyes on the stunningly beautiful countryside.

Mediaeval path traced by the Môtiers monks visiting the Montebenoît canons.

Be amazed by the superb panorama and the immense diversity of the scenery along the Jura ridges.

Climb up to one of the highest Jura summits through an enchanting valley.

Maison Monsieur–Goumois

St-Imier–Chézard-St-Martin

A beautiful viewpoint of the Neuchâtel mountains.

Didactic trails
Nature trails

A two hours walk in the forest reserves of Le Locle.

28 ! That’s the number of fountains on the network that you can discover.

39 stages to explore the exceptional watch-making heritage of the town of Le Locle which was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status for its watch-m

Natural sites, Neuchâtel

Discover an unique site, hidden by the shade of the trees.

Discover at your leisure the houses and the individuals whose ingeniousness marked the history of watches and watchmaking.

A stroll among a hundred statues sculpted in wood.

Presentation dedicated to the arrival of 90,000 survivors of the French Army in the winter of 1871.

A charming walk along the Ruau to discover the twelve fountains of St-Blaise.

A hands-on ecotourism experience! A dynamic network of seven educational trails criss-crossing Val-de-Ruz, guiding you to explore the region's cultural and natural heritage.

Four centuries of industrial life – marked by the flow of water and time.