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Berneuse

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Berneuse
The revolving restaurant on the top
Highest point
Elevation2,045 m (6,709 ft)[1]
Prominence140 m (460 ft)[2]
Parent peakTour d'Aï
Coordinates46°21′34.5″N 7°0′7.8″E / 46.359583°N 7.002167°E / 46.359583; 7.002167Coordinates: 46°21′34.5″N 7°0′7.8″E / 46.359583°N 7.002167°E / 46.359583; 7.002167[1]
Geography
Berneuse
Berneuse
Location in Switzerland
LocationLeysin, Vaud, Switzerland
Parent rangeVaud Alps
Climbing
Easiest routeAerial tramway

The Berneuse (or la Berneuse) is a mountain of the western Bernese Alps, above Leysin in the canton of Vaud. It lies on the range east of the Rhone valley, culminating at the Tour d'Aï.

Its summit (2,045 m) is a popular destination, hosting the Kuklos, a revolving restaurant[3] accessible by cable cabin from town. On a clear day, Lake Geneva is visible from this summit.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b map.geo.admin.ch
  2. ^ Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located north of the summit at 1,905 metres.
  3. ^ "Restaurant tournant panoramique Le Kuklos" (in French). Leysin Tourist Office. Retrieved 3 February 2011.


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