Do you enjoy the warmth and friendship of an aperitif in the mountains in summer? We suggest you try out another facet of the mountains with these moonlit walks in the middle of winter!
Do you have what you need? Once you’re wrapped up in warm clothes and with snowshoes on your feet (if the snow is there) the walk can begin!
Let your eyes adjust to the darkness while admiring the view of the lights in Geneva. The torch and the full moon will guide your way during the walk
Keep your ears open! Listen to the night-time sounds and keep your eyes open for animal tracks. Above all, don’t forget to look up and admire the stars and full moon – the real star of the evening!
Set off for a unique 2-hour adventure with Olivier Dunand, a guide from the Bureau de la Montagne du Salève.
Worried you won’t be able to keep up? No need! Olivier will guide you perfectly through the mountain pastures and woodland and knows how to adapt the walk to suit your level.
Do you know what Gargantua, Horace Bénédict de Saussure, wild boar, Empress Sissi, Alphonse de Lamartine, rock climbing and Schweppes have in common? Le Salève of course!
Throughout the evening, Olivier will tell you several anecdotes about the unusual history of this modest mountain – well, modest in appearance only!
Enjoy a little sociable break during the walk with an aperitif made using local products carefully prepared by Olivier. White wine, farmhouse fruit juice, cheese and sausage are on the menu, all served in magnificent, natural surroundings!
Want the evening to last longer? You can opt to enjoy a delicious meal in the Les Marches de la Croisette restaurant!
For one evening, set off on an unusual adventure and let yourself be charmed by the nocturnal beauty of Le Salève.