Winter in Les Diablerets

The typical wooden chalets of the villages of the Alps give an authentic and warm character to Les Diablerets. The roofs and streets covered with snow and the imposing mountain ranges give a wintry charm to the village.

In the heart of the Vaud Alps, the village of Les Diablerets retains its traditional character while offering all the activities of a modern ski resort.

The authentic village nestles at the foot of the Diablerets massif dominated by the glacier of the same name. The presence of these peaks gives its mountain character to this alpine village and its inhabitants, who really appreciate the peaks and their beauty.

The wooden chalets in the centre of the village and contribute to the charm and the authenticity of the place whose heritage is preserved. The central street is transformed into a lively and bustling meeting place after you return from a day’s skiing. The River Grande Eau crosses the village and offers beautiful winter walks along its banks.

The capital of Les Diablerets is the hamlet of Vers l’Eglise located 3 km away. It dates from the end of the 13th century. Its chapel was built in 1396 and became a temple in 1530. It is noted for its authentic and preserved interior. In this hamlet, the MusĂ©e des Ormonts presents temporary exhibitions. Their mission is to preserve and present the Ormonan traditions and heritage. The Aigle SĂ©pey Diablerets train line stops at Vers l'Eglise, from there a ski lift takes skiers to the Villars-Gryon-Diablerets ski area.

From Col du Pillon, the cable car takes you to Glacier 3000 where skiing is possible from November to May. You can also cross the Peak Walk by Tissot, a unique walkway in the world measuring 108 metres long that connects two peaks. Perched at more than 3,000 metres above sea level, from there, you can admire the view of more than 24 peaks over 4,000 metres above sea level.

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