There are many things to do just within the village in summer and everything is within easy walking distance. For full details see www.moleson.ch
This farm is a protected building as it was first built in 1686 and rebuilt in 1827. The farm was renovated in 1990 when it opened as a demonstration cheese-making farm. It shows a way of life that has been lived for centuries and is still prevalent in the farms all around the area. Watch a film, see the cheese being made in the traditional manner, in a huge cauldron over a wood fire, and buy and taste the cheese and other regional products. There is also a small restaurant serving cheese and other local specialities. The cheese is made twice a day in a cauldron over a wood fire. Well worth a visit. Open daily from mid-May to end of September from 9am to 7pm.Â Cheese is made twice daily at 10am and 2.30pm.
There is also a small cafe here, open for coffees and lunches
Restaurant Pierre a Catillon
The restaurant is on your right as you enter the village and it serves a number of local specialities. Open daily from 8am
Bobsleigh/ Trottinerbes/ Deval Karts
These operate daily from mid-June to mid-September and every weekend from mid-May to mid-October – or during the week for group bookings. The Bobsleigh is without the snow and ice and your wheeled go cart is pulled up by a cable and then you descend on the half-pipe course, with control for your speed. Trottinerbes are like big scooters with large wheels to bomb down the grass upon. Ascend using the village ski lift (button/drag lift). The deval karts are basically go-carts for the same hill track. Open at weekends only from April to mid-June and in October and November. Open daily from mid-June to the end of September.Â
This is open from mid-May to the end of October from 11am to 6pm and there are 18 holes.
There is a lovely playground for children to enjoy – located next to the Bobsleigh.
Tennis & Archery
There are three tennis courts, open from April to November. Please go the ‘buvette‘, next to the courts, for information on tennis, mini golf and archery.
Climb the north face of the MolÃ©son on a Via Ferrata (metal ladder). There are two routes, almost 400 m high and equipped with rungs in the rock. These alpine itineraries are both thrilling and safe (thanks to a more than 1300 m long fixed cable and rental equipment to attach yourself to it).Â