Private Airport transfers to Rougemont

Happybus provide private airport transfers services to Rougemont all year-round. Our chauffeur driven private transfers include personalized airport pick ups and a door-to-door transfer services to. We are happy to accommodate special requests for additional services such as business events, courier services, sight-seeing and ramble tours with guides.

Transfer time by minibus from Geneva Airport to Rougemont: 2h00

Transfer time by minibus from Geneva Airport to Château-d’Oex:1h50

Altitude resort: 950-1000m

In both summer and winter, Château-d’Oex and Rougemont present a diverse range of holiday experiences and sporting activities. Wonderful mountainscapes and old decorated chalets are typical for the villages of the Pays-d’Enhaut.

Situated half-way between the classy resort of Gstaad in the Bernese Oberland and the small town of Gruyères in the canton of Fribourg, lie the two places of Château-d’Oex and Rougemont.

The holiday region of Pays-d’Enhaut in the canton of Vaud is linked to the Lake Geneva region by the Col des Mosses and by the Montreux – Bernese Oberland Railway. Thanks to its favourable micro-climate, Château-d’Oex has developed into a hot-air ballooning metropolis.

Passenger flights are available throughout the year and an international competition in hot-air ballooning is held every January.

But the older traditions too have been retained: accordingly, the much-loved Alpine cheese of Etivaz is still made over an open wood fire. In Rougemont, many chalets dating back a hundred years bear testimony to the folk art of the region.

The La Braye ski region of Château d’Oex has seven ski lifts and 40 km of pistes. Thanks to the Videmanette cableway, Rougemont has a direct connection to the ski area of Gstaad, Schönried and Saanenmöser. The high plateau of Les Mosses – La Lécherette is very popular with cross-country skiers. 35 km of trails lead through snow-covered fields and forests. Further activities and facilities include snow-shoe treks, toboggan runs and winter walking trails.


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