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* <see name="Marmots' Paradise" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.goldenpass.ch/default.asp?OrgID=7" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">The mountains around Hauts-de-Montreux are threaded with forest trails, isolated villages, caves, grottos, and wildlife. Rochers-De-Naye itself is home to an odd little compound called "Marmots' Paradise" where marmots from all over the world live in an observable system of underground burrows. Any of the train stops will lead to several hiking options. For a real hiker's hike, tackle the four hour, 1000 metre climb from Caux to Rochers-De-Naye. Saner folks might want to get off at Dent-De-Jaman, just below the peak, where you can enjoy the views and fresh air with out the huffing and puffing. You can walk the trails up there which are not difficult, one being accross to The Alpine garden which is very beautiful with nearly 800 varieties of plants & flowers.</see>
 
* <see name="Golden Award of Montreux" alt="" address="Grand Rue 92" directions="" phone="+41 21 966 55 53" url="http://www.goldenawardmontreux.com/" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="">An award festival that takes place annually in April in Montreux and is the first international advertising and multimedia competition in Europe, starting the global season for awarding creative excellence. Montreux has been home to a number of creatives and artists, such as Charlie Chaplin, Ernest Hemingway, Vladmir Nabokov, and Freddie Mercury, and the awards reflect that history.</see>
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