Here is the route we took. You can see the Bielersee (lake near Biel) clearly in the map.
Julia checks the times of the trains before leaving. We parked the car here, did the walk so that we ended up at a train station a bit further up from here.
Steep metal ladders for the rocky sections in the Combe Grede.
View looking back towards Villeret.
Julia checks the map as we take a break.
Autumn colours as we walk towards Mt Chasseral.
More autumn trees.
In the woods.
Pieter and Julia on Mt Chasseral. It is the highest peak in the Jura, and you can see the Alps on a clear day, see behind us.
A refreshing Rivella and beer at the summit.
The Lonely Planet describes this telecom tower on Mt Chasseral as "hideous"
Setting up the tent.
The campsite at sunset, see Alps in background silhouette
Julia enjoys a cup of coffee in the morning.
A close-up of some thistles we saw in the morning when we left.
Pausing for a quick shot on the second day.
A monster exploding toadstool.
Pieter setting off.
Pieter goes over an anti-cow gate.
Some dinosaur footprints.
Pieter investigates some rock layers.
Our destination: the small town of La Heutte.