Soaring alpine peaks, a crystalline mountain lake, marmots, ibex… this is a nature-lover’s paradise!
From the mid-June to the end of September, you can taste a variety of typical Swiss dishes, mostly prepared on a wood stove, with no electricity available.
Overlooking the Val d’Illiez, the mountain hut is located in a scenic place near two small mountain lakes and at the foot of steep walls of the Haute Cime, with a view of the Portes du Soleil.
Nestled snugly in the heart of the Susanfe Valley amongst impressive blocks of erratic granite, the iconic Cabane de Susanfe has been welcoming weary alpine hikers since 1932.
The Cantine de Barmaz, a charming mountain restaurant, is the ideal stopping place for nature lovers, hikers and families. Open from mid-May to the end of October.
This picturesque mountain inn was originally an alpine farmhouse, built in 1906. Today it is a favourite stopping-place for nature and mountain lovers.
Offering panoramic views of Champéry from the clifftop opposite the village, the Cantine des Rives is one of the region’s most popular alpine restaurants.
Offering fresh air and spectacular views in abundance, this quaint high-altitude farm is also a restaurant and alpine gite, serving our own, homemade local delicacies.
Perched on promontory above Champéry, the Cantine Sur Coux offers one of the most spectacular views of the region.
A warm welcome to the heart of the resort.
Located at an altitude of 1550 m, facing south facing the Dents-du-Midi, 6 km from Morgins, Chanso Chalet offers visitors and hikers an exceptional panorama.
The buvette at Chalet Rosalie serves refreshments and local dishes in a quaint alpine chalet, surrounded by tranquil fishing ponds and a large, grassy terrace.