At the end of the Vallée de la Jogne, the village of Jaun awaits. Renowned for its waterfall, it is home to the Gastlosen, a majestic mountain range that is unique in Switzerland. Come and discover this natural jewel, in a green setting.
At the foot of the Gastlosen
The Swiss Dolomites offer them selves to hikers who decide to visit the region of Jaun. Starting from the village or from the arrival of the chairlift, several trails allow you to admire these rock formations and the surrounding nature. Geology lovers can even perfect their knowledge thanks to the Geological Trail
. A trail to the Chalet du Soldat is a feast for the eyes thanks to the sublime landscapes. And provides an opportunity for a break over a good meal or a drink. A fun activity enables you to reach the resort from the Gastlosen-Express chairlift
: a descent on all-terrain scooters.
Hiking at the crossroads
The Jaun region is an ideal starting point for hikes
, especially over several days. Follow in the footsteps of the Gruyère AOP. Take the Euschelspass and Ritzli Alp in the direction of Schwarzsee. Enjoy the Grand Tour des Vanils. Various offers can be booked through our tourist offices, please contact us.
A charming village
The only German-speaking commune in our region, Jaun (Bellegarde) and Im Fang (La Villette) are also an ideal place for exploring. The architecture is typically Swiss, for example the wooden chalets that shape the villages. An original and unusual place, with the graveyard of the Church of Jaun
, which features unique carved crosses. Also take time to admire the waterfall
, a key Swiss energy centre.
Jaun also waits during the winter
Consider the resort of Jaun en Gruyère for your winter holidays
. With an abundance of snow, Jaun has a varied winter programme. Both for sportsmen and nature lovers. From downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and the famous 6 km sledge run, everyone can enjoy themselves in this winter resort with its unspoilt charm.