Les chutes de la Broye, a hidden treasure in Switzerland

Les chutes de la Broye, a hidden treasure in Switzerland

Les chutes de la Broye is another stunning hidden waterfalls in Switzerland. But can we really find this exotic looking waterfall in Switzerland? Because for awhile I had a feeling of being somewhere else faraway….

Lately David and I have been so tired because of an overscheduled month. Instead of going hiking on the Swiss mountains we try to rather make an easy walk. I have always love waterfalls and ever since we have discovered hidden waterfalls in Switzerland one after another I am now eager to discover some more!

Les chutes de la Broye, also known as Les chutes de Chavannettes in canton of Vaud, is only 25km away from Vevey and 80km from Bern.

For the GPS, just put Chemin des Chutes in Rue. You can park by the end of the road and then walk down on the forest path behind the bench.

It is only 5mins walk down to the waterfalls!

At the first glance I was quite disappointed because there were not much water as I was hoping for. Usually when it has been raining or in the spring the stone wall is covered with water.

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Les chutes de la Broye Les chutes de chavanette Switzerland

But after we had our lunch Mirabelle and I went on an expedition. Ok, there was not much water pourring down but atleast Mirabelle was able to run around because a lady told us that when there are much water, you will not be able to explore like we did.

Les chutes de la Broye Les chutes de chavanette Switzerland

Kids are having fun! What a great childhood to be able to run freely in the nature. There were so much for the kids to do around.

All this water will end up in the lake Neuchatel.

Les chute de la broye les chutes de chavanette Switzerland

And no the water was not cold..just at first! Even David jumped it!

Les chutes de la Broye Les chutes de chavanette Switzerland

Just don’t stay still for to long unless you want to have a free fish spa!

What do you guys think? Not bad right?

Do you like to discover more hidden waterfalls around the same area?

Click Here for La Tine de Conflens in La Sarraz.

 

 La Tine de Conflens

And click Here for La saut du Day in Vallorbe.

 

Le Saut du day

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Dawan Schneider
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63 Comments
  • Jackie
    Posted at 13:07h, 21 September Reply

    Im upset… because i have been to switzerland and my tour guide did not bring me here. This would be honestly one of the most beautiful things i would ever get to see live. So now. I must plan another trip. Thank you for sharing these pictures i am mesmerized. And as you may have read my blog post about water being my sanctuary i would be blessed to be here.

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  • Aritra
    Posted at 17:38h, 21 September Reply

    This looks truly serene. So far my favorite waterfall in the world is the Rhine waterfalls. If I ever visit Switzerland again, will definitely look for this one.

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