AIN MOUNTAINS enjoy the Ain mountains all year roundI!

Providing a unique feeling of harmony between nature and man

The mountains of Ain are incredibly attractive. Wild yet approachable, the landscapes gives a sense of calm: lakes, forests, peaks, meadows, and, where you least expect it, a village... Both in summer and winter, recharge your batteries in one from the last large natural space in Europe!


 

Climb the peaks in Voltaire's country!

Did you know that the highest peaks of the Jura mountains are in Ain? To be precise, in Gex. Crêt de la Neige (1720 m) and its neighbour Reculet (1717 m) are the uncontested stars of the Haute Chaine du Jura and the Haut-Jura Regional Nature Reserve. The latter is home to a varied fauna and flora, and its landscapes and panoramas of the Mont-Blanc and the Alps are a must-see for all hikers.

 

A change of scenery

On the highest peaks of the Jura mountains on the plain side of Revermont, everything is conducive to relaxation. Rivers flowing into mountain lakes, smiling valleys with vast meadows, with the mountains of Ain towards Bugey, offers a thousand and one landscapes. An ideal setting for hiking, horse-riding or cycling. From the Col de Berthiand to Lake Genin, from the Crêt de Chalam to the Grand Colombier, the Plateau de Retord and the Plateau d'Hauteville, a change of scenery is guaranteed.

 

The mountains of Ain, a winter treat

To imagine the "gentle" mountain, picture a succession of peaks, dales and valleys, set in a harmoniously proportionate relief, often in a North-South direction and intersected by unexpected faults or gorges... These mountains are also home to vast plateaus, like the Plateau de Retord in Bugey, ideal for long hikes.
In the winter, the immense expanses of spruce and beech forests give the mountains a magic feel. Evocative of the large Canadian expanses, fans of snow-shoeing or cross-country skiing will enjoy the first snows here.