Snowpark - Glacier 3000

Description

Open from October, the Glacier 3000 snowpark is the place to be for thrill-seeking Freestylers. Here, a team of professionals prepare top class rails and jumps for pro-riders, and beginners.

At 3,000 m, the high point of the Lake Geneva Region guarantees the best snow conditions from October on. No surprise then that skiers and snowboarders flock to Glacier 3000 to enjoy the rails and other features of its spectacular snowpark. Here, the unique landscape of the Les Diablerets glacier offers beginners and seasoned riders a perfect terrain to practice their amazing tricks, thanks to a team of outstanding shapers, Ravach Park who prepares the line rails, ranks, kicker jumps and flat tubes in this snowpark. Glacier 3000 is connected to Col du Pillon, in Les Diablerets, by cable cars that run every day. The resort offers many other activities in addition to skiing and snowboarding, like the Peak Walk by Tissot, a unique bridge suspended between two peaks.

ACCESS : Access from Les Diablerets or Gstaad by car. Large free car park at the Col du Pillon. TRANSPORT : Access by public transport, post bus between Les Diablerets and Gstaad via the Col du Pillon.

Open from October, the Glacier 3000 snowpark is the place to be for thrill-seeking Freestylers. Here, a team of professionals prepare top class rails and jumps for pro-riders, and beginners.

At 3,000 m, the high point of the Lake Geneva Region guarantees the best snow conditions from October on. No surprise then that skiers and snowboarders flock to Glacier 3000 to enjoy the rails and other features of its spectacular snowpark. Here, the unique landscape of the Les Diablerets glacier offers beginners and seasoned riders a perfect terrain to practice their amazing tricks, thanks to a team of outstanding shapers, Ravach Park who prepares the line rails, ranks, kicker jumps and flat tubes in this snowpark. Glacier 3000 is connected to Col du Pillon, in Les Diablerets, by cable cars that run every day. The resort offers many other activities in addition to skiing and snowboarding, like the Peak Walk by Tissot, a unique bridge suspended between two peaks.

ACCESS : Access from Les Diablerets or Gstaad by car. Large free car park at the Col du Pillon. TRANSPORT : Access by public transport, post bus between Les Diablerets and Gstaad via the Col du Pillon.

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