Gorges de l’Areuse Tourism, Switzerland
Gorges de l’Areuse is a country shaped by the mountains and hills are very beautiful and a lot of limestone around here. Limestone forms high mountains running northeast to Southwest. But the drainage in the North and South, and so the river that crossed the mountains, the most unique in the Gorges de l’Areuse. The River Areuse springs flowing southward, towards Lac de Neuchatel. But first it flows parallel to the northeast through the Val de Travers and a few kilometers away. Then through steep canyons in the ridge and flows into the Lac de Neuchatel near Grand champ. Then an impressive ride in the Gorges de l’Areuse. It is demanding in terms of physical fitness and photography. Exposure, the depth of focus, measurement correction, using filters and image composition. To take along your camera, lens, macro and other equipment.
The best place to start an interesting climb in Gorges de l’Areuse is located in the small village of Noiraigues. Over the entrance to the Gorge de l’Areuse is just a few hundred yards away. Follow the yellow signs pointing to the direction of Boudry. This route follows the train line and then arrived in the Valley is becoming more like a gorge. Up to the Moulin du Champ is a narrow valley, the road changes into the other side of the Canyon. This is where the true self becomes, with high cliffs that rise on either side of the pedestrian. Then, as quickly as it started, the end and the Canyon opens onto vineyards from Boudry. Please take the time to contact the local information center and inquire about the route and weather conditions before setting out. Trace you may fully or partially closed, depending on the conditions and the weather. If you would like to climb the Gorges de l’Areuse. This place is very popular with the hills are pretty amazing and challenging yourself. Crystal clear rivers very interesting once and biased look at life under the water. Here too there are hotels that are on the edge of the mountains and the restaurant located on the edge of the River Areuse springs.