Les Diablerets is a charming all-seasons alpine ski resort located in the municipality of Ormont-Dessus, within the French-speaking canton of Vaud, Switzerland.
Les Diablerets ski area
The Swiss Alpine resort of Les Diablerets has three different ski areas: accessed from the village, south-facing Isenau is the favourite of families and beginners, the more demanding area of Le Meilleret links directly with the Villars-Gryon ski area, while Glacier 3000 has the highest slopes of the Vaudois Alps. Departing from the Col du Pillon, cable cars carry walkers, skiers and snowboarders up the mountain all year round.
The Villars-Gryon-Les Diablerets ski area offers more than 130 km of slopes for all levels. Beginners begin their learning with confidence in the many snow gardens. Wide slopes and sunny slopes on an area ranging from 1,200 metres to 3,000 metres above sea level, this playground offers many possibilities. Thanks to the shuttle that connects Les Diablerets to the Col du Pillon, you can reach Glacier 3000 which completes the ski area by allowing you to ski from November to May! If you are a seasoned skier, the Combe d'Audon and its strenuous black run and the Red Run will test your skills. They offer 8 km of slopes with a total drop of 1,700 metres.
After work or to extend your skiing day after sunset, skiers and snowboarders are welcome on the lighted Willy Favre slope.
Les Diablerets village
Les Diablerets is a quiet resort that has not been spoilt by a mass flood of tourism. The village tries to ensure that guests receive a first class service in all its establishments and attractions. Off the slopes, the apres ski scene is fairly quiet with a few bars and a couple of nightclubs. If you don't fancy a late night however, or if you are with a young family, there is an ice rink and a swimming pool. Restaurants in Les Diablerets mainly serve traditional cuisine.