© (c) Sébastien Staub
© Atelier Mamco
Built in 1883, the Turrian Bridge is the oldest suspension bridge in French Switzerland and one of the last to exist. Accessible by foot from Château-d'Oex, it crosses the Sarine river and marks the entrance to the alluvial zone of the Ramaclé, known in particular for the beauty of its waterfall.
The "Cascade du Ramaclé" is located midway between Château-d'Oex and Gérignoz in the forest along the Sarine River.
Two rivers, the Rosette and Ramaclé, meet and form the Ramaclé waterfall, which you can see from the wooden bridge opposite it.
A large picnic table is at your disposal to enjoy a break in this magnificent scenery.