Cycling and mountain bike riding at Rasses in Switzerland




Welcome to Switzerland

The small ski station Rasses on the Jura mountains gives you the occasion to discover one of Europe’s best views. Whether it’s mountain biking, cycling or freeriding, you won’t be disappointed!


At 1200m above sea level, the Nordland Chalet offers a fully equipped apartment which is your base camp of discovery.


With your host or with a GPS, discover the green landscapes and surrounding steep slopes. For those who appreciate tasting local specialties, several mountain chalet restaurants are close by.







At 1607m in altitude, admire the view of the lakes and the Alps from the peak of the Chasseron. Descend more than 1000m in altitude to arrive in the vineyards that flow to the lakeside. To go back up, take the train or for the more serious cyclists, try the mythic climb of the Aiguillon. Pascal Richard (first Olympic champion in cycling history at Atlanta) trained on this climb. On this road between rock faces and cliffs, two world record mountain bike speed descents were officially recognized.


Gilles Cruchaud