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Surprisingly many alpine plants clinging to the rocks of this mountain-top garden, free entrance and a very informative person there discussing the garden. Definitely worth a visit even if the so-called "marmot paradise" is a disgrace.
Took me around 15min to hike up (easy hike) to the garden, with some mini stops in between at photo spots. The garden is very well maintained with a huge variety of plants and flowers. Definitely worth the visit up.
A nice alpine garden in a spectacular location - well worth the visit. It is run by a group of highly dedicated volunteers. Well-looked after and very educational. Plants were in superb condition and the views are fantastic. One of the volunteers pointed out the...More
We took the cog railway from Montreux to the summit of Rochers-de-Naye(it takes less than an hour), through ever changing spectacular scenery.
We were favoured with a beautiful day and because we took the first train of the day (0847hrs), we had the summit to...More
Well worth the train trip and walk to view this lovely garden at the top of the Mountain. It cost 25 Swiss francs each for the COG railway trip up the mountain and free to visit the garden. Remember to use the Montreux Riviera pass...More
We visited this garden on Aug 29th. We had read that there are 3500 different species here. We did see quite a lot of lovely flowers and plants and all are labelled meticulously. We enjoyed the sight of the famous eidelweiss... with a nostalgic smile...More
Unlike most of the people on our train we did visit the garden and enjoyed what we saw. Clearly September is not the best month for flowers but we were not disappointed at having made the (small) effort to walk up to the garden
Just 5 minutes relatively level walk from the top station at Rochers de Naye is the Alpine garden. Lovely and peaceful, with great views, and a fantastic array of alpine plants. Detailed guides available if you want more info then just a stroll around.