Rougemont is nestled in the heart of the verdant valley of the Sarine river, in the Pays d’Enhaut. Rougemont is an authentic and picturesque village with lovely old chalets characterized by their engraved inscriptions and richly decorated façades that will instantly captivate you.
Certain wooden houses date back more than 400 years, preserving its exceptional architectural and historical heritage.
Built by monks of the Cluniac order in 1080, Rougemont has a Romanesque church from the 11th century and a castle from the 16th century, both of which are famous cultural monuments.
Culture is an integral part of the village life. For example the paper cutting works from the artist Louis Saugy as well as concerts and other cultural events are organized throughout the year.
This mountain destination offers a wide range of outdoor activities all year around. The Videmanette cable car will bring you to the starting point for beautiful summer hikes and long winter slopes.
All these qualities have earned Rougemont its ranking within The most beautiful villages in Switzerland Association which aims to unite villages of exceptional character to preserve their heritage.



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