Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Oct
Cully-Cully. Straight from your hotel, walk from village to village around Cully, ideal to discover your surroundings for the week, or as an easy day. Return back along the shores of the lake. Lunch at a local, unique gastronomical café.
Rochers de Naye summit and hike down. Catch a train to the top of Rochers de Naye (good weather only). Hike to summit (2000m, easy). Afternoon walk down to Caux, a spectacular walk down the mountain. Train back to Cully.
Train trip and walk to medieval Abbey (Clunisian style and period). Visit abbey and « Maison du Prieur » (13th century building), an exceptional building unique in Europe. Afternoon hike down to the Nozon River, soothing and calm, lots of flowers. Light lunch at Maison du Prieur. Return to Cully by train.
Train and minibus to Diablerets mountain resort. Visit of preserved and out-of-the-way mountain village (1h). Col du Pillon (1550 m) and walk up to Lac Retaud, spectacular views over the high limestone peaks. Walk back down to Col du Pillon on forest paths. Lunch at Lac Retaud. Return to Cully by minibus and train.
Groups of up to 6 people are welcome. Every day can be adapted to the group's desires and will also be adjusted depending on the weather. You can also make special requests.
I am a trained International Mountain Leader with international certification (UIMLA) and also swiss Federal authorisation. I enjoy taking my clients to places that are not necessarily the most famous but are very rewarding and out of the usual paths! I am very fond of the Jura range, especially in winter, with snowshoes! I also love the Prealp peaks in autumn and summer, and the higher Alps range at the end of summer when we can go really HIGH (because the snow is gone). I am fond of 2 day hikes or longer hikes, and also short assignments, such as half days or evenings. I am also a keen wine enthusiast (I am a certified Lavaux UNESCO guide), and I enjoy taking my clients out and tasting a good wine with typical swiss food after the hikes. If you're into learning about European history, hiking the hills and discovering old castles and forgotten passage-ways, then you're in good hands, because I'm really passionate about the cultural aspects of mountain and hill hiking. Get in touch with me to plan your adventure!
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