Discover the Jura
From our charming hotel in Lamoura
Welcome to the resort of Les Rousses in the Haut-Jura, right on the border with Switzerland. Our hotel and restaurant in Lamoura is one of the four villages in the resort and is ideally located at the heart of nature for you to enjoy superb landscapes and to practice the many activities it has to offer year-round.
In winter, come and ski in one of the best cross-country ski areas in France (200 km of pistes) and slide down the many Alpine ski slopes, including one straddling France and Switzerland. Come and feel rejuvenated, go snow-shoeing, ride in a sled or sleigh through the villages, or have fun sledging with your children. Plus, if you’re really sporty, why not try skijoring or even a biathlon?
In summer, in the heart of the Haut-Jura Park and the resort, discover an immense natural playground where you’re sure to feel wonderful emotions and sensations. Thanks to the two lakes for bathing and an aquatics centre, you’ll be able to revel in the joys of the water. Whatever you fancy, go walking, mountain-biking or horse-riding along the many hiking trails, or hit a few rounds on the golf course. It’s also the ideal location for fishing and dog hiking, and for trying out the Commando Games and travelling through military history at the Fort des Rousses, the 2nd largest fortress in France.
After these sweet escapes, enjoy the calm of our charming hotel as well as Lamoura at an altitude of 1154 m. The village is proud to have the highest lake in the Jura Mountains in its territory (at an altitude of 1152 m), the last trace of the former glacial valley. Under the shadow of the Crêt Pelat mountain (1495 m), the community decided to develop the necessary infrastructure for Alpine skiing in the 1960s, before implementing everything for cross-country skiing in the following years. It’s no coincidence that Lamoura is the place from which several thousand skiers set off each year for the Transjurassienne, a 76-kilometre race that links Lamoura to Mouthe, a village in the Haut Doubs.