Les Diablerets – a ski resort, three ski areas Les Diablerets (1200 m)

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The authentic mountain village of Les Diablerets is surrounded by three ski resorts in the Vaud Alps: Isenau, Meilleret and Glacier 3000. Three ski areas in one with a variety of skiing offers. With its numerous blue runs Isenau is an ideal ski area for families and beginners. Meilleret has red and blue pistes. This ski area is therefore better suited for intermediate and advanced skiers. Glacier 3000 has both light and heavy pistes, including the famous Combe d'Audon, a 7km black runway over a 1650m drop in elevation.

The ski resort Les Diablerets offers various winter sports activities. For cross-country fans, Les Diablerets offers a free route network of 30 km classic and 15 km skating pistes through fields and forests. They have different levels of difficulty. Les Diablerets also has a huge snowpark, the Monsterpark and a 7.2 km toboggan run. In the area of Les Diablerets, there is also the highest summer toboggan run in the world: the Alpine Coaster. Fans of snowshoe hikes have 35 km of marked routes.

Ski resort Les Diablerets Detailed information:

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Floodlight slopes
  • Halfpipes
  • Snowparks
  • Ski schools
  • Ski kindergarten
  • Day nurseries
  • Cinemas
  • Restaurants
  • Indoor swimming pools
  • Heated outdoor swimming pools
  • Ice rinks
  • Discos
  • Bars
  • Sport shops
  • Toboggan runs
  • Supermarkets
  • Banks
  • Cashpoints
  • Wellness

Further information

Skiing high three

Isenau is located between the Para and the Palatine peaks and is the smallest ski resort in Les Diablerets with 16 kilometers of pistes. It is ideal for families and beginners, because of the mainly blue pistes. Six ski lifts serve the pistes: 5 surface lifts and 1 gondola. The Swiss ski and snowboard school offers beginners courses. There is also a snowpark with two lines, ideal for snowboarding fans.

Due to its steep pistes, Meilleret has blue and red pistes that are suitable for intermediate as well as advanced skiers. The sub-area has 3 chairlifts and 6 surface lifts. The main attraction of Meilleret station is the toboggan run. At 7.2 km, it is one of the longest in Switzerland. From the mountain station of the Mazots chairlift, at 1717 m altitude, to the village of Les Diablerets, the sledders overcome an altitude difference of 560 m on this extraordinary route. The exciting ride takes about three quarters of an hour. Another highlight in Meilleret for piste fans: the new Jorasse floodlit piste.

Incredible experiences await skiers of all abilities on the Glacier 3000. Beginners can discover the pleasures of glacier skiing on specially prepared pistes at 3000 m altitude. Ski professionals, however, brought the Combe d'Audon fun and thrills. With a length of 7 km, the Combe d'Audon is one of the most difficult black pistes in the region. Accessible via the glacier, the piste has both flat sectors and steep pistes. The piste requires a lot of physical strength and technical skills from experienced skiers. It is therefore not surprising that the Combe d'Audon is the annual venue for extreme ski races. From time to time you can also go deep-snow skiing, especially after snowfalls. Then the piste is secured but not rolled.

Extraordinary Experiences

Glacier 3000 is one of the most beautiful glaciers in Switzerland. From its vantage point you can see up to 24 four-thousanders, including Olderhorn, Tsanfleuron Glacier, the Dents du Midi, Matterhorn and Mont Blanc. A magical 360 ° panorama opens up to the gaze of the beholder. But the great view over the high peaks is not the only attraction of the Glacier 3000. The ski resort has 10 lifts and 25 kilometers of pistes between 1350 m and 3000 m altitude. With its Tables, Tubes, Rails and Boxes, the Monsterpark on the Glacier 3000 gives all snowboard and freestyle fans unlimited pleasure.

On the Glacier 3000, there is also the Alpine Coaster, the highest summer toboggan run in the world. Goose bumps and thrills are guaranteed on this extreme, 1 km long piste. The 54 sleds of the Alpine Coaster can get up to 40 km / h on the extremely winding track. The Alpine Coaster starts on the glacier at an altitude of 3000 m and descends 100 m with an average gradient of 10%. The hellish downhill run also includes 11 waves, 3 jumps and 2 bridges. An automatic lifter ensures the 350m long transport back up to the summit. The summer toboggan run is open from May to October.

Another attraction, especially for those who are free from giddiness, is the Peak Walk, the world's first suspension bridge connecting two peaks. This 107 m long bridge offers a fabulous view over the Alps at an altitude of 3000 m. The bridge is open year-round and free for visitors to Les Diablerets and Glacier 3000.