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The Bois-Noir

In addition to its didactic theme trails and its VITA trail, the Bois-Noir is composed of a great diversity of natural environments.
Don't hesitate to wander there for a breath of fresh air!

 

Canal 9's coverage on the Bois-Noir

 

A place of lifestyle and sports activities

Made available to the population by the Bourgeoisie of Saint-Maurice to which it belongs, the Bois Noir is unique of its kind. One of the oldest pine forests in Switzerland, this is one of the last remaining wild stretches of the Rhone. 

This precious habitat for fauna and flora is very much appreciated by walkers, nature watchers and sportsmen with its measured and Vita routes, which you can consult below.

Consult the short educational trail 

Consult the long educational trail 

Consult the measured trail 

Consult the VITA trails 


The Bois-Noir takes part in the Fête de la Nature 2020

In order to make these achievements better known to the inhabitants and visitors of our community and neighbouring communities as walking goals, the Forest, Waterways and Landscape Service presents the Bois-Noir as part of the Fête de la Nature 2020. Trails including a guided tour of some of the achievements are proposed within the framework of this event. Schools in the region will also take part in the event.




Saint-Maurice Tourisme

Avenue des Terreaux 1 / CP 110
1890 Saint-Maurice / Suisse
Tél: +41 (0)24 485 40 40
Fax: +41 (0)24 485 40 80

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Chers touristes, cher public,

En raison de la situation actuelle, notre office du tourisme est fermé jusqu'à nouvel avis.

Nous répondons à vos appels du lundi au vendredi de 9h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 17h00. Toute demande peut être faite par mail ().

Tous les spectacles et manifestations prévus jusqu'à fin avril sont reportés ou annulés. Si vous êtes en possession d'un billet, une information personnelle vous sera transmise.

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Saint-Maurice Tourisme