|FRANCE||SCHWEIZ / SUISSE / SVIZZERA / SVIZRA — SWITZERLAND|
|région: Bourgogne-Franche-Comté||Neuenburg / Neuchâtel / Neuchâtel / Neuchâtel
||département: 25, Doubs
Le Saut du Doubs is a waterfall of the river Doubs, which here forms the border between France in the northeast and Switzerland to the southeast. The fall is the results of a prehistoric landslide which took place about 14,000 years ago in the narrow, gorge-like valley, thus obstructing the flow of the river. Located between the Lac des Brenets above it and the artificial Lac de Moron below, it has a height of 27 metres.