Welcome to Bois d'Amont, one of the 4 villages of the Les Rousses resort. The resort is recognised for the quality of its services through several labels: Flocon Vert, Tourisme et Handicap, Qualité Tourisme, ...
Located in the heart of the Jura Mountains, at an altitude of 1,100 metres, Bois d'Amont is the last village before crossing into Switzerland. Coming to Bois d'Amont is the guarantee of a stay punctuated by the diversity of activities, the beauty of the landscapes and the calm of the mountains.
In this family area, you can try out many Nordic activities: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, mushing, sledging, Nordic ski touring, walking on one of the pedestrian routes, etc. The list is long!
The Haut-Jura benefits from an extremely dense network of slopes: from Bois d'Amont you can not only reach Bellefontaine, through a superb walk in the Risoux, but also the villages of the resort of Les Rousses, by following the forest of Noirmont. These two connections can be made both on cross-country skis and snowshoes, and allow you to follow the famous route of the Grande Traversée du Jura.
Bois d'Amont is also a high place of passage of the Transjurassienne race which made famous the crossing through the Risoux, passing by the Chalet des Ministres, to arrive at the Grand Remblai, after almost 10 km of tracks through the woods.
You can of course discover the first glides, from the centre of the village, on the recreational area "Les Marmousets". Everything is there to learn skiing in a fun and recreational way with a free sledge run, a play area with paid access (free for children up to 5 years old), closed and secured for an introduction to skiing by combining technical learning and fun on different workshops.
The start of the slopes at Bois d'Amont: l'Orbe (centre of the village): the most easily accessible start from the village, with easy slopes suitable for beginners.
Services: tourist information point, shops, accommodation, restaurants, games room, equipment hire, public transport, camper van area, sale of fees.
Another departure is possible, from Les Combettes: here you will have access to the Risoux forest slopes, with slightly more difficult tracks.
Services: salle hors sac and sale of royalties (no credit card)
Attention: Risoux forest = biotope zone: please respect the access conditions.
Ouvert de mi-février à mi-décembre : En février et mars : de 14h à 18h. Fermé le lundi. En avril, mai et juin : de 10h à 13h et de 14h30 à 18h30. Fermé le lundi. En juillet et août : de 10h à 19h tous les jours. En septembre et octobre : de 10h à 13h et de 14h30 à 18h30. Fermé le lundi. En novembre : de 14h à 18h. Fermé le lundi.