4 Mountain Peaks in Neuchâtel that you should visit - With photos & details

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4 Mountain Peaks to explore in Neuchâtel

The canton of Neuchâtel is located in the western part and Jura mountainous region of Switzerland. Neuchâtel is Rich in culture and history, Neuchâtel has no less than two cities registered on the UNESCO list of the World Heritage Sites.

ChaumontChaumont, 2067 Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Chaumont is a region of Neuchâtel, a city located in French-speaking Switzerland. The mountain of Chaumont is located above the city of Neuchâtel, at 1,087 meters above sea level. It offers a magnificent panoramic view of the city, the chain of the Alps as well as the lakes of Murten, Biel, and Neuchâtel. The main activities of Chaumont are tourism and agriculture. The locality is the terminus of the funicular line that leaves from La Coudre.

Mont RacineMont Racine, 2206 Les Geneveys-sur-Coffrane, Switzerland

The Mount Racine is a top of the Jura massif in Switzerland. It rises to 1,439 meters above sea level. It is located on a south-west/north-east line of Jura ridges, which extends north-east towards Tête de Ran, and beyond via the Col de la Vue des Alpes, then from Mount Amin. It is located west of Coffrane.

Mont VullyMont Vully, 1786 Bas-Vully, Switzerland

Mount Vully lies between Lakes Murten, Neuchâtel, and Biel. The magnificent view and picturesque scenery with the vineyards make it a very popular destination for excursions. The mountain also provides a retreat for animals in the middle of a landscape used for intensive agriculture.   The south side, overlooking Murten and its lake, is covered by vineyards. The north side, overlooking Lake Neuchâtel, is mostly wooded.

Tête de RanTête de Ran, 2052 Les Hauts-Geneveys, Switzerland

The Tête de Ran is a summit of the Swiss Jura located in the canton of Neuchâtel , west of the Vue des Alpes . It rises to 1,421 meters above sea level. Several ski slopes and ski lifts are located on its southern slope.