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Has a trail been changed? Is a landslide blocking a road? Find here our latest information on the state of the trails in the canton of Fribourg.

Actual information:

Temporary closure of the sector "En Bataille" (Broc-Châtel-sur-Montsalvens)
Due to the remediation work on the cantonal road of the sector "En Bataille", the footpath is temporarily closed from 08.07.2019 to 31.07.2019.
To reach the desired destinations, please take the hiking routes through the Jogne Gorges or Botterens. We recommend that you consult our interactive map or a hiking map.



Deviation Lake Gruyère walk
The passage through the Ruz footbridge between Hauteville and La Roche will be closed from about July 1st to July 12th due to construction work. A deviation will beset up.


Detour hiking trail to Madeleine Hermitage
Due to renovation work on the motorway bridge near Düdingen/Räsch, the connecting tunnel under the motorway to the Madeleine Hermitage near Räsch is closed until October 31st 2019. A detour has been signalled.
Châtel-st-Denis: closure of the footbridge on the Veveyse de Fégire at Vieux Châtel
The Châtel-s-Denis /St-Légier/Blonay route is closed until further notice. The wooden footbridge on the Veveyse de Fégire at Le Vieux Châtel (558.350 / 150.860) no longer allows the passage but a new footbridge will be rebuilt. Signage is in place.


Rochers-de-Naye
The section "col de Bonaudon-Naye d’en Haut" is open again.

The Jogne Gorges are officially open
On the website of the municipality of Broc you will find the information of any closure.
Due to the Trail de la Dent de Broc which takes place on Saturday June 8th 2019, the Jogne Gorges will be closed in both directions from 8.30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.

The Gottéron Gorge is officially open
On the website of the municipality of Tafers you will find the information of any closure.

Report problems on the trails
Please do not hesitate to inform us in case of problems or damages on the trails: information@fribourgregion.ch
Thank you for your understanding, and best wishes for your hikes!


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Last update: 09.07.2019