The Mosses-La Lécherette plateau boasts a multitude of walking trails ranging from the simple stroll to the strenuous trek. Forest trails, pathways that go through pastures and steep mountainside tracks highlight the variety of hiking trails on offer.
These vast nature parks offer escape as well as tranquillity. Mountain lakes, mountain peaks, forests and fields make for diverse landscapes cut through by the hiking trails. The fauna and diversity of the region’s flora are without question an added attraction for all hikers.
The trail network is vast making it suitable for families and experienced hikers alike. Public transport in the region is an extra bonus enabling you to go further and to tackle more adventurous treks in the Vaud Alps.
Climbing up Pic Chaussy via Lake Lioson is surely one of the region’s highlights. At an altitude of 2'348 m, the summit offers a stunning 360 degree panorama. The Diablerets glacier along with the more distant Dents du Midi and Mont Blanc are a sight to inspire mountain enthusiasts everywhere.