Jun 1, 2018 - 3:11 AM
I am the other way around from Lucas. I have not done the Glacier 3000 (hope to do so this year) but have gone up to the Rochers de Naye. First of all, les Rochers is a relatively short trip, particularly since you are going to be in Montreux. You take the train from Montreux via Glion and Caux to the stop at the end of the line (1968 metres), and from there you can follow a path to the peak (2042 metres). The view is very scenic, looking down to Lake Geneva and over to the French side of the shore. Why not check out a few videos on YouTube, such as this one ? youtu.be/_Eox9Qr28iM
Lucas did a report on Glacier 3000 which I enjoyed. This will be a longer trip and doubtlessly more expensive. At the top you will be at 2971 metres, much higher than the Rochers de Naye. Check out this on YouTube as well.