Red Run

Description

The Red Run slope is eights kilometres of skiing with 1700 metres of altitude difference at the top of the Vaud Alps.

Opened for the winter season 2017/2018, the Glacier 3000 ski area has a new red run. The Red Run begins at the Scex Rouge mountain top station, passes under the Oldenhorn and below the Cabane middle station, to where it then joins the existing Martisberg Run. Thanks to the Red Run, Glacier 3000 enjoy an eight km run downhill from 3000 to 1300 meters. This new and spectacular run definitely excite winter sports fans!

The Red Run slope is eights kilometres of skiing with 1700 metres of altitude difference at the top of the Vaud Alps.

Opened for the winter season 2017/2018, the Glacier 3000 ski area has a new red run. The Red Run begins at the Scex Rouge mountain top station, passes under the Oldenhorn and below the Cabane middle station, to where it then joins the existing Martisberg Run. Thanks to the Red Run, Glacier 3000 enjoy an eight km run downhill from 3000 to 1300 meters. This new and spectacular run definitely excite winter sports fans!

Duration

People usually spend 10 minutes here.
Location
Getting There
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