Early July, the Risk Group went out for an entertaining afternoon. The excursion started with the Vallorbe Caves , in the Jura Mountains. Those caves result of limestone erosion by the underground Orbe River. A 3km long path passes through various galleries and rooms, with numerous concretions and underground lakes. The visit finished with a tasting of cheese ripened in the Vallorbe Caves. The whole group then joined the Chalet du Suchet restaurant, on the Jura crest, for a dinner around a delicious cheese fondue.