Gor du Vauseyon - Neuchâtel
A patch of undisturbed nature in close proximity to the town centre
Just at the edge of Neuchâtel town centre, in an unspoilt natural setting, the Gor du Vauseyon River flows through gorges and over waterfalls down to the remains of a 17th century watermill. A set of illustrative displays explains the technology behind the waterwheel that in the pre-industrial era was used to power machinery. A hiking trail leads over footbridges and paths to the village of Valangin.
An information pavilion is open on the first Saturday of every month from April to October.
Guided tours at 14.30 and 16.00 hours (duration 1 hour 15 minutes)
Group tours available on request
Costs of the tour:
Adults CHF 5.00 / accompanied children aged up to 16 free of charge
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