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Mont Saint Jean golf course

The Le Mont Saint Jean golf course in the Jura mountains, located in the heart of the Les Rousses ski resort, welcomes players to its course surrounded by greenery and mountains.

Golfers will be pleasantly surprised by the course’s diversity.
Fans will enjoy discovering the renovated pro shop and clothes and souvenirs shop.

Amateurs of fine cuisine will revel in our restaurant’s creative cuisine and new dishes, at midday and in the evening.

  • 18-hole, par-72 course
  • Pro shop/shop/souvenirs
  • Organise an internal competition
  • Lessons with a professional golfer

For more information, please visit: www.golfstjean.com

Tinguely horse-riding centre

On the Route du Mont Saint Jean, the Tinguely horse-riding centre welcomes regular riders as well as visitors throughout the year.

Their horses, which are experienced and docile, are waiting to help you discover the joys of riding.
In winter, discover skijoring, a combination of skiing and horse-riding, as you are pulled along on skis behind a horse (mounted or not), during individual or group sessions.
During the rest of the year, enjoy horse-riding out in the open, take part in trail rides, or introduce the little ones to pony-riding.

Fun for all the family!

For more information, please visit: www.centre-equestre-tinguely.com

Hiking, mountain biking, lakes and water sports

The Haut Jura National Park is packed with natural treasures. In summer, discover the hiking paths, the Les Rousses and Lamoura lakes, and the rivers.

Discover the other lakes in the Haut Jura National Park and enjoy sailing, pedal boats, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. For open air enthusiasts, the Les Rousses resort has a variety of walks and hikes, mountain bike routes and boules pitches for you to enjoy in summer.

There are activities for everyone during the warmer season in the Haut Jura National Park, which is just as attractive in summer as it is in winter.

The Les Rousses ski resort and surrounding area

The Haut-Jura National Park, a vast territory stretching right out to the Swiss border, is packed with natural and cultural treasures.

Its draw lies in its villages, traditional craft industry, geological wonders, unspoilt landscapes and treasured wildlife.
Let yourself be won over by the Mont Saint Jean golf course (18 holes), the Musée de la Lunette in Morez or the amazing Fort des Rousses.

For sports enthusiasts, the Les Rousses ski resort has a 50km Alpine domain and a 220km Nordic domain. 

Places to visit:

  • Fort des Rousses Adventure Park
  • Via ferrata
  • Musée du ski et de la tradition rousselande (Museum of skiing and Les Rousses traditions) (Les Rousses)
  • Musée de la Boissellerie (Museum of woodwork) (Bois d’Amont)
  • Musée Paul Emile Victor (Prémanon)
  • Musée du Lapidaire (Lamoura)
  • Musée de la lunette (Museum of glasses) (Morez)

Skiing, snowshoeing and sledging

The 3-star Le Mont Saint Jean Hotel, situated at the foot of the cross-country ski slopes, is the perfect location for winter sport enthusiasts.

Nordic skiing, Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledging... there are endless ways to enjoy the snow and the Haut-Jura winter season.
The Les Rousses medium-altitude ski resort has 50km of Alpine slopes, accessible to skiers of all levels, and with 37 ski lifts.
By heading towards the Dôle massif in Switzerland, skiers can discover the Vaud Jura landscapes, which are just a few slopes away. For those that enjoy snowshoeing, you can pace up and down the 22km of prepared slopes, with their regular snow ploughing for snowshoers’ and walkers’ convenience.

Jura has one of France’s biggest skiable domains for Nordic skiing, the department’s national sport.
The Les Rousses resort has over 220km of slopes that are regularly opened up and groomed.
For younger members of the family, sledging is free to do in any of the villages.

With all these different activities on offer, there are endless ways to enjoy the magic of winter here.

For more information, please visit: www.lesrousses.com

Horses, skijoring and sled dogs

Want to experience an unusual and unforgettable way to discover the Haut-Jura National Park, its forests, its valleys and its summits?

Let professional sled dog mushers be your guide around the Jura department.
Adults and children from eight years old can discover sled dogs and mushing, or why not try cani-rando (walking a sled dog), bike-joring or scooter-joring?

Explore the Jura department in a fun and original way!

Another up-and-coming activity to experience is skijoring, which can be tried out at the Tinguely horse-riding school, just next to the Le Mont Saint Jean Hotel-Restaurant.