For the purposes of our activity, the Jura Mountains (Montagne du Jura) website is required to collect and process information that may include items deemed as "personal data". Montagne du Jura attaches great importance to respecting your privacy and handles such data in a responsible and confidential manner, and only for specific purposes.

Private data

Two types of data may be collected via the website


Data usage

The information you send us directly is used to recontact you and/or to process your query. Web Analytics data are collected anonymously (using anonymous IP addresses) by Google Analytics and allow us to gauge our website audience, number of visitors and any errors that might occur, so that we can enhance your browsing experience. Such information is used by Montagnes du Jura, the entity responsible for processing the data, and will never be passed on to third parties or used for any other purposes than those mentioned above.

Legal basis

Personal data are collected only with the consent of the user. Such consent is legitimately obtained (buttons and tickable boxes), freely granted, clear and explicit.

Retention period

Data are stored for a maximum period of 3 years.


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Your rights relating to personal data

You have the right to access, modify or delete your personal data. You may also withdraw your consent for the processing of your data.

Data privacy contact person

Corinne Bragard,

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