Weather forecast

    • 12°
    • Lake
    • 28°/28°
    • Pool in./out.

Einleitung

Lake Joux, in the heart of the Vaudois Jura, is the largest lake in the entire Jura massif. In winter, it turns into the largest natural ice rink in Europe and in summer it attracts sports fans and lovers of nature.

Lake Joux (1,004 m), together with Lake Brenet and Lake Ter, is situated between the Risoud mountain chain and the Mont Tendre massif (1,679 m). Its surface covers 9,5 square km. It is fed by the rivers Orbe and Lionne, whose waters mostly infiltrate into the chalky depths of the lake and flow out at the caves of Vallorbe.

The wind conditions around Lake Joux are particularly appreciated by windsurfers. At the height of summer, the water may reach a temperature of 24°. The natural beaches are sought after by people in search of natural and romantic settings. Campsites, hikes, and bike tours are the ideal ways of enjoying the magnificent scenery around Lake Joux in any season.​​

Weather forecast

Admission prices

Key Value List
Entry Free Entry

Opening hours

Key Value List
Opening hours May to September
Season start: 01.05.2019
Season end: 30.09.2019

Infrastructure

Bath type

Indoor pool, Lake bathing
  • Indoor pool
  • Lake bathing

Pool

Key Value List
  • Lake

Further facilities

Sports and leisure

  • Playground

Food

  • Restaurant
  • Snack bar
  • Kiosk
  • Picnics permitted
  • BBQ place

Changing cubicles

  • Changing cubicles

Hire

  • Boat

Varia

  • Public wireless lan
  • Sunbathing area
  • Shade
  • Sandy beach

Address

Vallée de Joux Tourisme
Centre Sportif
1347 Le Sentier

+41 (0)21 845 17 77
info@valleedejoux.ch
www.myvalleedejoux.ch

Arrival

Parking spaces: 100
Public transport: available, 20m

Railway timetable

All information is the responsibility of local partners; weather data supplied by SRF Meteo.

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Weather forecast

  • Cloudy
  • 28°
  • Indoor pool
  • 12°
  • Lake bathing

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