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Winter walks

The pedestrian trail between Les Mosses and La Lécherette is a hiking pathway ideal for all ages. Very sunny, this footpath involves a gentle climb which is suitable for families with very young children.

Walkway entirely groomed and maintained, this pedestrian track sets off from Les Mosses to link up with La Lécherette. The 6 km route forms a circuit which goes via Arsat, the strategic junction for all downhill, cross-country and snowshoe pistes. Ideal meeting point, Arsat and its restaurant provide a most welcome pit stop.

The snow is flattened down on the pedestrian track so that you can also use it with sledges, bobsleighs, even pushchairs in hard snow conditions.

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Address

Office du Tourisme Les Mosses-La Lécherette
Route du Col des Mosses 106
1862 Les Mosses
Phone +41 (0)24 491 14 66
Fax +41 (0)24 491 10 24

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Etat des pistes

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Highlights

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Events

Jul
05

La Lécherette

Mid-summer festival at the monts-chevreuils

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Jul
08

La Comballaz

Getting back to nature - La Comballaz

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Jul
11

La Forclaz

Echo du Chamossaire concert - La Forclaz

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Online Reservation

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The Tourist Office is open during the following times - End of the winter season :

From 13 of April to 31 of May: Mo-Fr 8h-12h and 13h30-17h30 / Sa-Su closed
From 1st of June to 27 of September:  Mo-Fr 8h-12h and 13h30-17h30 / Sa-Su 9h-14h

 

Office du Tourisme Les Mosses - La Lécherette, Route du Col des Mosses 106, 1862 Les Mosses, Suisse - Tél. +41 (0)24 491 14 66 - Fax +41 (0)24 491 10 24 - info@lesmosses.ch
Association Touristique Aigle-Leysin-Col des Mosses, Réalisation MySwitzerland & DidWeDo*