Rochers de Naye is a Mountain in the Swiss Alps (2042 m) overlooking Montreux. It is only accesible by cog wheel rail way. The journey takes about an hour and it is well worth the effort as the views let you look over Lake Geneva (Lac Leman) to Lausanne and the Jura, Savoy and Vaud Alps and the Dents du Midi. Just spectacular. Whilst there you can eat in the restaurant which is built into the rock face (we didn’t because we had eaten well in Montreux.) There is also a marmott park with hides built in rock caves which allow you to observe them closely and also allows spectacular views as well. At Christmas it is a favourite with my nephews as Father Christmas is present along with his reindeer. They have sleigh rides and ski. These photos were taken at the beginning of summer.
This post was done for the Weekly photo challenge If you have the time hit on the square symbol top right hand corner one in from the edge, which will make the photo the correct size. The photo quality is just superb (in my opinion.)