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Col des Mosses

Col des Mosses, 1862 Ormont-Dessous, Switzerland

Mountain Passes

About Col des Mosses

Col des Mosses is a mountain pass at an elevation of 1.452m above the sea level, located in the canton of Vaud, in Switzerland. The Col des Mosses is also on the Alpine Pass Route hiking trail and is a winter sports center.

Attractions near Col des Mosses

Tour d'Aï8.27km from Col des Mosses

The Tour d'Aï is a beautiful mountain in the western Bernese Alps, overlooking Leysin in the canton of Vaud. The mountain itself has some parts that you can only climb up with the help of the ladders fixed to the rock. From the top, there are amazing views of the Bernese alps as well as Lake Leman and Lake Geneva.

Col de la Croix8.51km from Col des Mosses

The Col de la Croix pass is the highest point of the road linking Villars to Les Diablerets and is 1,778 meters above sea level. It is also one of the most important transit points for migratory birds crossing the Alps.

Col de Bretaye8.8km from Col des Mosses

Bretaye is a mountain pass located above Villars. The pass is connected to Villars by the Bex-Villars Bretaye railway, which is the second-highest railway in the canton.

Berneuse8.86km from Col des Mosses

The mountain above Leysin and Aigle is famous for Kuklos, a revolving restaurant accessible by cable cabin from town.

Arnensee8.88km from Col des Mosses

Arnensee is a beautiful lake in Canton of Berne. It is the best place for hiking, fishing, and swimming in the canton.

Col du Pillon9.37km from Col des Mosses

Col du Pillon is a mountain pass in the western Swiss Alps. Col du Pillon is overlooked by the Diablerets and at the pass is located at the lower station of the Scex Rouge cable car.

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Vaud56 attractions

The canton of Vaud is the third largest of the Swiss cantons by population. The capital and biggest city is Lausanne, officially designated "Olympic Capital" by the International Olympic Committee and hosting many international sports organizations.