Nature has always been generous to this part of the country. Its wild character and pastoral landscapes has left the Intyamon unchanged through the years.
Nature was generous in this part of the country. The Intyamon Valley has preserved its wild character and bucolic landscapes. Villages and meadows, forests and pastures blend harmoniously, as if they had emerged from another era.
In Intyamon, you can enjoy the simple pleasures of winter. Several snowshoe trails run through the unspoilt landscapes of the Gruyère Pays-d’Enhaut Regional Nature Park. For cross-country skiing enthusiasts, go to Les Sciernes d’Albeuve.
Cheese has influenced the organisation of space, the landscape, the architecture of farms and houses. In Estavannens, Villars-sous-Mont, Grandvillard and Lessoc, this rich past can be seen on the facades of houses and barns. The Discover trail “Grandvillard architecture” guides you through its streets lined with historical houses.
The Gruyère Pays d’En-Haut Regional Nature Park welcomes visitors seeking nature and authenticity. It offers numerous hikes and activities to learn about local traditions.
Plan your excurtion
- Jaun – Summit
- Jaun – Chalet du Soldat
- Moléson – Sommet Est
- Charmey – Sommet de Vounetz – Les Banderettes
- Charmey – Sommet de Vounetz – Dents Vertes
- Charmey – Sommet de Vounetz
- La Berra – Sommet 2
- Tour du Gibloux
- Moléson – Plan Francey
- Moléson – Sommet
- Moléson – Village
- La Berra – Brand
- La Berra – Sommet 1