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We did this boat trip in the autumn so the scenery was stunning. It was a good family outing, about half an hour each way on the boat from the french side. They then announce what time the boats will be going back and you...More
Lovely nature hike, steep at times. We were blessed with good weather. Season doesn't start until April, so souvenir and snack shops were closed, and no Bateau du Doubs in operation. All and all, a lovely way to spend an hour.
Don't forget your walking boots! Great walk, lovely country side and the waterfall is lovely. We visited last October and the fall was just a trickle but today is was really good - mesmerising to watch. The waterfall is just part of a really good...More
Located between France and Switzerland you can do this easy hike (roundtrip around 90 minutes) from the port of Les Brenets. In summer boats can be used to cross the Lac des Brenets (very pittoresk). There are two trails, one on a broad trail and...More
We took the boat and then walked about 15 minutes on the Swiss side. The waterfall wasn't that good visible, because of the cliffs. There was also little water, which was a pity. The place in itself is surrounded by the forrest and is beautiful....More
We walked rather early within the year on the french side of Lac de Moron to the waterfall. We liked that side of the river a lot, because it's sunny and thus warmer, plus you often walk right above the waterfront. A little kiosk ("loup...More
We came from the North. There is a parking lot half an hour walk to the falls. It is sort f steep going down. Just follow the marked trail and you are there on the river bank. Once there you'll see a nice small hut...More
We visited Saut du Doubs using trip boat on the Swiss site.
The boats are nice, included explanations about the area and the lac
The waterfalls are not the highest or deepest in the world, but definitely very nice and worth wile a visit