Peak Walk by Tissot

Description

At Glacier 3000, at the top of the Vaud Alps, the Peak Walk by Tissot suspension bridge links two summits, an installation that is unique in the world. The passage over the void is sensational and the view of the glacier is breathtaking.

Your first step on the suspension bridge is unforgettable: leave the ground, the emotion generated by the void is intense, you touch the sky! 107 metres separate the two ends of the suspension bridge. Pay attention to the mineral world around you. Look up to admire the panorama on all sides; the Alps, the Lake Geneva basin, the plateau, the Jura chain in the distance, the view is spectacular. Name the peaks of the Bernese and Valais Alps, take time to contemplate the horizon. Time stands still; live in the moment and breathe in the crisp mountain air.

The Peak Walk is accessible free of charge for visitors to Glacier 3000. ACCESS : Access from Les Diablerets or Gstaad by car. Large free car park at the Col du Pillon, also for coaches. TRANSPORT : Access by public transport, post bus between Les Diablerets and Gstaad via the Col du Pillon. GASTRONOMY : Several restaurants, on the Col du Pillon and on the glacier, welcome visitors and offer traditional food. RECOMMENDATIONS : Good shoes and warm clothes recommended, the suspension bridge is located at an altitude of 3000m.

At Glacier 3000, at the top of the Vaud Alps, the Peak Walk by Tissot suspension bridge links two summits, an installation that is unique in the world. The passage over the void is sensational and the view of the glacier is breathtaking.

Your first step on the suspension bridge is unforgettable: leave the ground, the emotion generated by the void is intense, you touch the sky! 107 metres separate the two ends of the suspension bridge. Pay attention to the mineral world around you. Look up to admire the panorama on all sides; the Alps, the Lake Geneva basin, the plateau, the Jura chain in the distance, the view is spectacular. Name the peaks of the Bernese and Valais Alps, take time to contemplate the horizon. Time stands still; live in the moment and breathe in the crisp mountain air.

The Peak Walk is accessible free of charge for visitors to Glacier 3000. ACCESS : Access from Les Diablerets or Gstaad by car. Large free car park at the Col du Pillon, also for coaches. TRANSPORT : Access by public transport, post bus between Les Diablerets and Gstaad via the Col du Pillon. GASTRONOMY : Several restaurants, on the Col du Pillon and on the glacier, welcome visitors and offer traditional food. RECOMMENDATIONS : Good shoes and warm clothes recommended, the suspension bridge is located at an altitude of 3000m.

Duration

People usually spend 4 minutes here.
Location
Getting There
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