The authentic village of Les Diablerets consists entirely of chalets, located at an altitude of 1200 metres in the heart of the Vaud Alps, at the foot of an imposing mountain range, overlooked by its majestic glacier.
For decades, Les Diablerets has attracted nature-loving guests from all over the world, developing continuously yet never losing its charm and candour. Thus, both in winter and in summer, the main street is transformed into a social hub where you can soak up the lively atmosphere and the welcoming atmosphere. The 7.2-kilometre Diablerets toboggan run, accessible both day and night, ensures an exhilarating experience in a snowy landscape. Discover also the typical products of the region such as "Diablerets Bitter" and many cheeses in the local shops and restaurants of Les Diablerets.
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The spectacular Glacier 3000 cable car leads directly into an Alpine world of adventure filled with glaciers, thrills and an exhilarating mountain panorama. Close to the glacier of Les Diablerets, the highest peak in the canton of Vaud is well worth a trip at any time of the year, while skiing is guaranteed from November to May.
A stroll along the river "La Grande Eau" will make you forget time thanks to its peacefulness and unspoilt nature.
Here is the right place to treat yourself to culinary delights in the shops and restaurants, featuring regional specialities such as "Diablerets Bitter", an aperitif made from alpine herbs, as well as local cheeses. The hamlet of Vers-l'Eglise, small bucolic village located 3 km away, which dates from the end of the 13th century, is a true cultural treasure. Here you can immerse yourself in the ambience of the chapel built in 1396, which was made into a temple in 1530. Not far from the church you will find the museum of the cultural heritage of the Ormonts valley, offering an exhibition about the history and the local daily life through the ages.