About Les Rochers-de-Naye
Available: all year round.
Lake Geneva Regional Pass: FREE
Swiss Travel Pass: FREE travel to Haut-de-Caux and then 50% discount
Montreux Riviera Card: FREE travel to Haut-de-Caux then 50% discount
Half Fare Card: 34 Sfr from Montreux
The peaceful headland of Les Rochers-de-Naye towers over the Swiss Riviera at an altitude of 2042m. A popular day out for nature lovers and walkers, there are plenty of activities at the summit as well as simply lovely views. The scenic journey on the cog-wheel train is a joy in itself.
The view from the summit of Rochers-de-Naye is amazing. The panorama overlooks Lake Geneva and the Vaud, the Bernese mountains and you can even see as far as the French Alps.
Nestled between two rocky ridges, La Rambertia alpine garden was opened in 1896 and was named after the poet and nature lover Eugène Rambert. More than a thousand species of plants and flowers grow here, including the famous Edelweiss, one of Switzerland's national emblems. Open from June to mid-October; free of charge.
This is a permanent exhibition and wildlife park that is home to several species of marmot, the furry little creatures that inhabit the Swiss mountains. Free of charge.
There is a whole range of walking trails here - fill your lungs with pure mountain air as you walk along paths surrounded by lush greenery. In May, the experience is even more unique as the glorious narcissi fields come into bloom.
Restaurant Plein Roc is built into the cliff face and offers traditional cuisine with a breathtaking view from its magnificent panoramic terrace and huge picture windows. Restaurant Alpin is a self-service restaurant with reasonable prices and a children's play area.
The House of Santa Claus
Each winter you can visit Santa Claus in his Rochers-de-Naye hideaway. Entry price includes face painting, a treasure hunt, sweet treats and admission to the fabulous Christmas Village in Caux on the return journey. Booking is essential.
Your journey starts in Montreux and it takes just an hour to reach Les Rochers-de-Naye on the charming cogwheel railway.
There are many scenic views along the route as you ascend more than 1,600m on a magnificent journey through fields, villages and forests.