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Les Diablerets
Ski Holidays

Les Diablerets skiing is great for...

High altitude
Traditional charm

Welcome to Les Diablerets Ski Resort

Lying between Lake Geneva and Gstaad at an altitude of 1,200 metres, the medieval village of Les Diablerets takes its name from the devil who apparently used to reside here. Today it’s home to glacier skiing up to 3,100m, 125km of mostly intermediate pistes, and panoramic views of the surrounding lake and high mountains of the alps. It’s also well connected to the cities of Lausanne and Geneva. The resort itself features mainly blue and red runs up to 2,000m and from the top it’s possible to connect with Villars. The glacier is a separate area a short ride away on the ski bus. NEW TRAIN TRANSFER OPTION - you can now transfer by train from the airport, for a more environmentally friendly (and often cheaper) option. Win win!
Les Diablerets ski map
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Resort Information

Resort Altitude
Total Piste KM
No. Skilifts
Snow Range
Les Diablerets ski runs & ratings
TOTAL: 84km
Beginner(Distance: 43km)
Intermediate(Distance: 38km)
Advanced(Distance: 3km)

Best time to ski in Les Diablerets

With glacier skiing up to 3,100m, Les Diablerets is a great option both early and late season when conditions can be unreliable. The main season dates run from early December through to mid April. Depending on whether you’re mostly skiing in the resort or up on the glacier, it can get quite cold up high in December and January. High season in Switzerland, like everywhere, is normally around the Christmas New Year period and again in February, but Les Diablerets is not the type of resort to get over-crowded, leaving you free to pick any time.

Things to do in Les Diablerets

The usual array of winter sports are on offer here, from cross-country skiing to snow-hiking but there are a couple of other novel attractions you won’t find elsewhere. One of them is the world’s only suspension bridge to connect two mountain peaks. It is called Peak Walk by Tissot. It’s 107m long, just 80cm wide and offers views of the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau – but only if you’re brave enough to open your eyes. There’s also dog sledding, tobogganing and in the valley, an old church that dates back to the 14th century. Après is a hot mulled wine followed by a Swiss cheese fondue.
Mulled wine being prepared in a pot on holiday

Hotels & Apartments in Les Diablerets

Our top recommended hotels and apartments. To find the perfect one for you, speak to one of our specialists

Auberge de la poste

Les Diablerets, Switzerland
  2 minute walk

Eurotel Victoria Les Diablerets Superior

Les Diablerets, Switzerland
  1 minute walk

Hôtel Les Sources

Les Diablerets, Switzerland
  3 minute walk

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