Ski rochers de Naye

Les Rochers-de-Naye ski area

Known for their panoramic view over Lake Geneva and the Alps, the Rochers-de-Naye peaks are also a very popular ski resort with families. Reaching a high point of 2,042 metres, the runs benefit from excellent snow-cover from early winter.

The GoldenPass railway line takes just 55 minutes to get to Rochers-de-Naye from Montreux. Once there, you’re welcomed by one of the most stunning panoramic views in Switzerland over the Alps and Lake Geneva, making your winter sports an even more magical experience! With 4 ski lifts cars, the Rochers-de-Naye ski area is perfect for seasoned skiers as well as families.

Take advantage of the restaurant and rooms available to prolong your enjoyment.

Father Christmas also spends his winter in Rochers-de-Naye when children can pay him a visit in his house during the Montreux Christmas Market.

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