Chemin de Raimeux
Chemin de Raimeux

Hiking

Chemin de Raimeux

Moutier–Corcelles (BE)

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Chemin de Raimeux

This hike offers a very interesting crossing of Mont Raimeux from west to east. Deep gorges, wooded pastures, the ridge path, mountainside inns: all the ingredients you need for a proper walk in the heart of the Jura.
This hike starts from Moutier, the administrative centre of the district of the same name and closely linked to the history of Moutier-Grandval Abbey. The platform trail leading to Mont Raimeux offers some striking views of the provost town and its gorges, recognised as a geological site of European significance. The crossing of Mont Raimeux showcases a varied landscape with a series of panoramic views of the canton of Jura to the north and the chain of the Weissenstein to the south. The ridge path, which snakes its way between trees and rocks, running alongside typical wooded pastures, is a real treat for hikers in search of tranquility.

The descent through a dense forest leads us to the peaceful village of Corcelles, situated at the very bottom of the little valley of Cornet. It is worth making a detour to visit the Martinet museum, an ironworks and edge-tool forge built in the 18th century (visits on request). You can then return to Moutier on the train that runs on the Moutier-Solothurn line.
This hike offers a very interesting crossing of Mont Raimeux from west to east. Deep gorges, wooded pastures, the ridge path, mountainside inns: all the ingredients you need for a proper walk in the heart of the Jura.
This hike starts from Moutier, the administrative centre of the district of the same name and closely linked to the history of Moutier-Grandval Abbey. The platform trail leading to Mont Raimeux offers some striking views of the provost town and its gorges, recognised as a geological site of European significance. The crossing of Mont Raimeux showcases a varied landscape with a series of panoramic views of the canton of Jura to the north and the chain of the Weissenstein to the south. The ridge path, which snakes its way between trees and rocks, running alongside typical wooded pastures, is a real treat for hikers in search of tranquility.

The descent through a dense forest leads us to the peaceful village of Corcelles, situated at the very bottom of the little valley of Cornet. It is worth making a detour to visit the Martinet museum, an ironworks and edge-tool forge built in the 18th century (visits on request). You can then return to Moutier on the train that runs on the Moutier-Solothurn line.
16 km | 1 Stage
950 m | 800 m
5 h 15 min
easy (hiking trail) | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Moutier
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Signalization

Ab Bahnhof Moutier den Hinweisschildern in Richtung „Raimeux de Belprahon“ und „Raimeux sommet“ (Raimeux Gipfel) folgen. Oben angelangt den Wegweisern Richtung Sur le Golat, Le Petit Pré, Corcelles folgen.
Starting from Moutier station, follow the signs towards Raimeux de Belprahon and Raimeux sommet. Then, once there, follow the signs towards Sur le Golat, Le Petit Pré and finally Corcelles.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Corcelles BE
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Contact

Jura bernois Tourisme
Avenue de la Gare 9
2740 Moutier
Tel. +41 (0)32 494 53 43
info@jurabernois.ch
www.jurabernois.ch

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Cabane Les Gorges (Section Prévoitise CAS)
Cabane Les Gorges (Section Prévoitise CAS)
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Places of interest

Moutier's ravines
Moutier's ravines
Oldest farmhouse in the Bernese Jura
Oldest farmhouse in the Bernese Jura
Crémines–Raimeux de Crémines
Crémines–Raimeux de Crémines
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Moutier outdoor swimming pool
Moutier outdoor swimming pool
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