Rougemont Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation


Rougemont is an unspoilt traditional village in the valley of the Pays d’Enhaut, whose gentle landscape is home to an exceptional variety of local fl ora and fauna.

For a thousand years, perhaps longer, people have been farming the land here and prac tising traditional mountain crafts. Their quality of life – and their happiness – is refl ected in the superbly built wooden chalets, adorned with fl owers, decorated with mottoes, dated and signed just like works of art.

Rougemont church, a jewel of Romanesque architecture, was built in the 11th century by monks of the Cluniac order. The church and the adjoining castle – both of which stand on the foundations of the earlier monastery – are protected monuments.



The Videmanette cableway at Rougemont allows a direct connection to the ski area of Gstaad, while the resorts of Leysin/Les Mosses and Les Diablerets with its Glacier skiing and links to Villars offering 100 and 125km of piste skiing respectively, can be accessed by the efficient bus or train service that doesn’t just stop when the lifts close for the day.