Ski Holidays In Les Diablerets

Number of runs: 26
Resort Height: 1200.0M
Top Lift Height: 3000.0M
Total Length of runs: 65KM
Easy runs: 8
Medium runs: 18
Difficult runs: 0
Annual Snowfall: 0CM
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Les Diablerets Ski Holidays - Great Glacier Skiing

The beautiful last minute ski holiday resort of Les Diablerets is perfectly nestled in the Glacier-Alpes Vaudoises ski area and is home to some truly great skiing. The local area is divided into two distinct areas; the Diablerets glacier and the Isenau. The Isenau area is situated on the local mountain and is accessed by gondola from the village. There are a variety including some exciting runs above the tree line and also some great long sweeping reds that run from the top of the area right back down into the resort centre. One of the best runs is the long descent which snakes its way down to Col du Pillon where you can take a cable car which coincidently leads you to the second area of skiing.

Last Minute Ski Holidays In Les Diablerets - Traditional Swiss Mountain Resort

The Diablerets glacier is home to the most exciting skiing available on a cheap ski holiday in Switzerland. The highly regarded Combe d'Auda 10 km run down from the glacier to the ski bus stop at Reusch is well worth a try if you can handle it. On the 1,650 metre vertical descent you will encounter a particularly challenging black moguls area and some thrilling steeps.

Beginner skiers on a last minute ski holiday in Les Diablerets have a choice of wide open gentle nursery slopes right by the village. The nursery area provides the perfect environment for beginners to get the basics down in a safe and unintimidating environment away from the main pistes. There is plenty to keep intermediate and expert skiers that are on a cheap ski holiday in Les Diablerets happy. Aside from the obvious on-piste ski runs there are many other opportunities to exploit the tremendous 1,820 metre vertical available in this fantastic resort. You can take a guide and explore the off-piste wonderland that is Les Diablerets. There is also the opportunity to partake in some heli-skiing.

Cheap Ski Holidays In Les Diablerets - Fantastic For Snowboarders

The area pass called the Glacier-Alpes Vaudoises Pass allows skiing at various other ski areas around Les Diablerets. These include; Adelboden, Saanenmoser, Leysin, Sauze d'Oex, Rougemont and several other areas. All ski resorts are either ski linked or lift-linked and where not free transport by bus or train is included with the lift pass.

There are over 30 km of perfectly maintained cross-country tracks including a floodlit route to ensure that all cross-country enthusiasts will be kept occupied on their last minute ski holidays in Les Diablerets. The ski school also teaches telemark skiing for those looking to try something a bit different.

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Les Diablerets has established itself as a major snowboarding centre where the purists of the 'boarding life can indulge their love of the sport and its strong ties with the natural environment in this unspoilt environment - year round thanks to the glacier. Apart from the wide ranging on-piste terrain, mainly accessed by cable car, gondola and chair lifts, there are plenty of off-piste opportunities and two snowboard school to show the best to you. The winter snowboard park is at Isenau above Diablerets with two others above lift-linked Villars (at Bretaye) and Gryon (on Les Chaux). In summer, the Glacier des Diablerets is THE meeting point for snowboarders from all over the world. Les Diablerets boasts the largest Summer Snowpark in Europe. The Park was designed by Nicolas Marduel, helped by Mitch "Buchanan", Lolo Besse & Berti Denervaud. The snowpark contains three half-pipes (shaped with a pipe-dragon), a boardercross and an obstacle park. The summer camps have taken place from late June to late July in recent years. Past stars included Iker Fernandez, Lolo Besse, Berti, Denervaud, Cyrille Neri, Sergio Bartrina, "Baps" Charlet, Max Platzeneder, Guillaume, Chastagnol, Martina Tscharner, Valerie Bourdier, Cecile Plancherel, Stine Brun Kjeldaas, Anita Schwaller, etc...

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Although a small resort, there is a good selection of bars and restaurants, with five bars open late with dancing, particularly the Saloon La Pote. Other lively spots are L'Ormonan, Chez Lacroix and the MTB. Les Diablerets' true village atmosphere is underlined by a program of events organised by the tourist office for all visitors. In recent years this includes evening toboggan runs every evening on request with the option of a fondue before the descent at a mountain restaurant at the top of the chair lift and a glass of mulled wine when you reach the bottom. Other options include farm visits, sightseeing tours in Diablerets and Vers L'Eglise, a snow shoe walk with an aperitif in a wood cutter's hut another day, and both Protestant and Catholic church services on Sunday. Torch lit descents and sleigh rides are also organised on request.


Les Diablerets offers its visitors a wider range of facilities than you might expect for a village of its size. Opportunities include paragliding, snowscooting, tubing, snowblading a 7.2km (4.5 mile) long toboggan run, fun park, sleigh rides, mud biking, snow shoe walks and ice rinks outdoors where ice hockey and curling matches. A major new attraction opened on the glacier recently, an Alpine Coaster, a kind of lift-served downhill roller coaster operates year round. Indoors you can enjoy a pedicure or solarium at the hairdresser salon. A library is open to the public at certain times every week: check with the tourist office. One-off events are staged every few days throughout the season with, remarkably, one of the most active events programs in the Alps. Those that take place at the resort's congress centre include all kinds of theatre, concerts, movies, exhibitions and so on. Some are staged as part of an on-going annual 'Snow and Music Festival' which runs from January to March, adding further depths to a unique winter holiday package here.


The twenty or so tea rooms, cafés and restaurants in the village serve good mountain fayre. For the highest calibre cuisine in town try the a la carte restaurant in the Eurotel Victoria or for more rustic ambience the Auberge de la Poste. La Potiniere and Chez Lacroix will welcome you with good traditional Swiss specialities. If you fancy Italian try Les Lilas or L'Ormonon which also offers Chinese. For some of the best pastries in the Alps Le Muguet is the place to try.

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