A balcony over
The Mont d'Or, the highest summit in the French department of Doubs
Culminating at 1,463 metres, the Mont d'Or proposes the mountain pastures of its characteristically gentle slopes on the French side, and the high cliffs of its Swiss side.
An Alpine panorama
From the top, the panoramic view is truly spectacular with, in the distance, over 300 Alpine summits, including the Mont Blanc. In winter or summer, the miles and miles of slopes and trails promise outdoor activities galore: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking... and a whole host of sporting events (trail races, MTB races, enduro events, etc.) that you can come along to watch, unless of course you decide to sign up!
Easy access to everyone's delight!
The good news is that you don't need climbing irons to reach the top. In fact you can reach the summit by car from the villages of Longevilles-Mont-d'Or or Rochejean.
For sports fans, you can walk up from the Morond summit (which you can reach by chairlift). Here's your chance to enjoy a beautiful 2-hour hike along the ridge.