La Rambertia, the magical garden of 1,001 colours

A little piece of paradise dedicated to diversity and protecting alpine flora

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Nestled between two rocky ridges and overlooking the Rochers-de-Naye coomb, the La Rambertia alpine garden was opened in 1896. It was named after the poet and writer Eugène Rambert, a lifelong nature lover who was very fond of Montreux. La Rambertia brings together and protects more than a thousand species of plants and flowers that grow at high altitudes, including the famous Edelweiss, one of Switzerland's national emblems.

Whether you're a keen botanist or simply interested in learning more about the treasures of alpine flora, the La Rambertia garden has plenty to discover in a serene setting perfumed with subtle fragrances.

The La Rambertia alpine garden is open from June to end-September and entry is free of charge. To visit, simply take the GoldenPass Montreux - Les Rochers-de-Naye line.

 

Consult the interactive map and verify the opening of Rambertia