The ski areas of the Alpes vaudoises: more than 232 km of runs
Glacier 3000 guarantees excellent snow conditions from November to May. On site, a panorama of all the highest peaks of the Alps is breathtaking.
The Villars-Gryon-Les Diablerets ski area seduces with the diversity of its slopes, suitable for families and young children who are starting their first slide in the many snow gardens.
In Leysin-Les Mosses-La Lécherette, freestyle enthusiasts have fun in the snowpark and the only halfpipe in the Alpes vaudoises, while families appreciate the accessibility of the resort and its 100 km of slopes.
In the heart of the Pays-d'Enhaut, the Rougemont - La Videmanette ski lifts await seasoned skiers! A 7.5 km long track offers multiple sensations for skiers and snowboarders. In the Vaud Alps, skiing is open to everyone! Handiskiing offers people with reduced mobility the opportunity to indulge in the pleasures of winter sports.
Increasingly popular, ski touring is practised near ski areas or in untamed regions. For a first experience or for seasoned ski tourers, this discipline is enjoyed uphill and downhill.
Where to go night skiing in the Alpes vaudoises?
Immerse yourself in the winter enchantment of our destination by discovering night skiing in some of our ski areas. As the sun sets and the stars light up the snowy sky, the slopes come to life in a magical light. Night skiing adds a magical dimension to your winter adventure, allowing you to extend the pleasure long after the sun has set. A not-to-be-missed experience for ski enthusiasts looking to experience the mountains in a whole new light.