The Lake Gruyère walk is open. However, some sections might remain wet.
This path offers a magnificent view over the lake and Pre-Alps. Discover the farms and typical buildings of La Gruyère along the way.
From Rossens, cross the 320 m of the dam between the lake and the depths below. From the Rossens dam, climb up to the golf course in Pont-la-Ville: be careful on the section that runs along the road. Pont-la-Ville offers a stunning view over the Pre-Alps and the Gibloux. Continue along the path to the Port de la Roche, where you can enjoy a well-earned rest. The return journey is via Hauteville, with its farms and typical poya paintings of La Gruyère, until you finally reach Corbières.
Tip: enjoy a delicious meal in La Roche at L’Unique restaurant, or slightly further on at the Lion d’Or in Le Ruz. Paddle boards and kayaks can be hired from the centre close to L’Unique restaurant. You can also book a boat taxi from the Isle of Ogoz Association to join two sections of your walk via the lake.
Accessible by public transport: yes
Accessible by car: yes
Difference in height: + 460 m / - 440 m