Winter holiday in Switzerland's Siberia
Some ideas for a short stay in the coldest valley in Switzerland
At an altitude of 1043 metres, the high valley of La Brévine is still considered the Siberia of Switzerland. But La Brévine is not only interesting for cold weather enthusiasts... Indeed, the Valley of La Brévine and the surrounding Jura peaks inspire with their magical nature and majestic forests. Whether you are travelling as a family or as a couple, the Valley of La Brévine has something for everyone: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and walks around the Lake Taillères. And if you want a change from the freezing cold, continue your stay in the neighbouring town of Le Locle, a watchmaking town that also offers many cultural and artistic discoveries.
After breakfast, head for Le Locle, a town famous for its watchmaking tradition, but also full of treasures for art lovers!
Good to know
- The activities mentioned are practicable or available depending on the weather conditions.
- Snow report
- When you stay in the Neuchâtel region, you will receive the when you check in, which gives you free access to public transport and numerous activities.