The picturesque ride goes along the shores of Lake Geneva before rising up into the fresh mountain air. Climbing more than 1,600 meters in altitude, the railway passes fields, villages and forests. With increasing altitude, the narrow track along the slope offers ever-more spectacular views over Lake Geneva and the surrounding mountains.
Once at the top, a range of leisure activities for all ages await: the Alpine garden of La Rambertia boasts an impressive collection of over 1,000 Alpine plants and there are various hiking trails just waiting to be discovered.
The train up the Rochers-de-Naye runs all year round. In December, Father Christmas personally lives atop the 2,042-meter mountain.

At a glance

Included services:

  • Travel on the the rack railway from Montreux to Rochers-de-Naye and back down
  • Free entry to the Marmot Park and the botanical Alpine garden of La Rambertia with over 800 mountain plants from all over the world (only open in summer)


Adults: CHF 36.40
Swiss Travel Pass (incl. Swiss Travel Pass Flex): CHF 27.50
Children 6-16 without Swiss Family Card: CHF 35.00
Subject to change

Good to know

  • Operates all year round, though only Wednesday to Sunday from January 10 to April 3 2022.
  • From Montreux station, direct service by cog railway via Glion and Caux to the peak (journey time: 49 minutes)
  • Mountain restaurant by the station


  • Travel on the rack railway
  • Marmot parks
  • Alpine gardens
  • Walking and climbing
  • During the festive season, Father Christmas welcomes children on the peak (special offer available locally, limited places available)