Beginning may to en of september
Wednesday to Sunday 10h - 18h
(Monday / Tuesday + evenings for groups)
Adults Fr. 15.-
Kids Fr. 10.-
(during ~1 à 1½ hours)
Footgolf + 1,3 km Zip-Lines
Adults Fr. 33.-
Baskets or trekking shoes
pas de crampons svp.
habits pour notre altitude
How to find us
Our restaurant is located close to the railway station of St-Cergue, 500 meters uphill. Good accessibility in winter and summer, by car or train. The car park is for our guests only - thank you!
GPS: N 46°27"04
Closely related to golf but played with your feet rather than with a club, the aim of footgolf is very simple: to kick the football from the tee to the flag and the hole in as few shots as possible. Like for golf, it is up to you to take advantage of the natural surroundings. Each one of the 18 holes has its own difficulty: fir trees, bushes, bankings, low walls… And this gives everyone a chance, the best attacker on the field is not necessarily the best footgolfer.
Basseruche offers you the first course in Switzerland! Thanks to the creativity and the perseverance of a group of
addicts from Carouge and of the manager of Basseruche, we were able to open an official 18-hole in Saint-Cergue in the summer 2013.
Convivial and open to everyone
The Basseruche comb, a cocoon nestled in the Jura, offers an ideal surrounding to practise a sport combining leisure and conviviality. Who has never kicked a football? Easy to learn and master, footgolf is a sport designed for people of all ages and levels: pupils on school trips, competitions between colleagues or groups of friends.
Play footgolf in a club
Do you want to play Footgolf in a club, do any competitions? Two possibilities in our region:
- Footgolf is a sport in which players should demonstrate fair play, relaxation and sportsmanship while respecting the natural
- Footgolf is a sport where players kick a football into a hole in as few shots as possible in order to end up with the lowest score
- The football is placed on the ground and kicked. It is forbidden to lift or roll the ball
- Every contact with the ball counts as one kick
- Each hole is given a par (the number of kicks which can be used to complete a section), like for golf
- For each hole, once the first kick has been made, the player the farthest from the hole is the first to kick
- Once the ball has been kicked and has come to rest, you may mark the spot with a coin or a leaf, if your ball may obstruct
the other players’ kick or ball.
- The winner is the player who has completed the course with the lowest number of kicks.