Hold your breath and board this train that climbs, climbs, and climbs some more. Nothing scares it, neither the steep slopes nor the snow. At the Rochers-de-Naye, at over 2,000 metres altitude, what amazing scenery! Lake Geneva in all its glory. Don’t leave the place without saying hello to the marmots, the mascot of the Alps. A tip: it is said that this is where the real Santa Claus spends the winter.
Before undertaking any activity in the mountains, certain precautions should be taken. Adapt your equipment according to the planned hike, check the weather forecast, and find out about the condition of the trails. Please consult the Shooting range bulletin.