- Published: Monday, 22 June 2015 09:00
- Written by Athena Lucero
Three villages. Cheese making. Paper cut art. Roots. In a few words, this is Pays-d’Enhaut, the tranquil mountain region nestled in the pre-Alps of Switzerland’s canton Vaud. The region is north of Lake Geneva’s chic lakeside resorts, and its name is French for “the land up above.” A one-hour train ride from posh Montreux at the lake, life here is a world away where time, well, takes its time.