The Moléson is a mountain tourist site, accessible to everyone, all throughout the year. It is known for its unique and exceptional panoramic view, set at 2002m in altitude. An absolute must!
Wikipedia describes me like this:
Featured in Fribourg literature, it is a symbol of Gruyère and the Canton of Fribourg. The Moléson became popular towards the end of the 18th century with the beginning of alpine tourism for the European upper classes. The start of the 20th century saw the birth of projects involving hotels and railways with the aim of improving touristic possibilities. However, these projects were opposed by proponents of alpine cultural heritage, including the Heimatschutz. After the Second World War, a telephone and cable cars were built in 1960, followed by the holiday village, Moléson-sur-Gruyères, in 1980.