From Les Ecovets to Les Diablerets

Route Information

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Description

A mostly forest trail that will take you through the village of La Forclaz before reaching Les Diablerets.

From Les Ecovets, head in the direction of the Bois de Léchières and you will arrive in the alpine village of La Forclaz at 1260 m. Notice the beautiful old chalets of this typical village. Continue towards the small village of Vers-l'Eglise to Les Diablerets.

Practical Information

TRANSPORT: - For the return journey, there is a bus link between Les Diablerets and Villars, only in summer. - The train Aigle Sépey Diablerets (ASD) links Les Diablerets to Aigle. From Aigle a bus runs every hour to Villars. PARKING: - free parking at Les Ecovets SOME TIPS: - Plan your hike (route, duration, weather). - Equip yourself appropriately; sturdy shoes (preferably high heels), suitable clothing and protection against the weather. - Take sufficient food and drink. - Take a pocket pharmacy. - Be aware of weather changes - Do not walk on grass and crops - Close all pasture gates - Turn off fireplaces, do not make fires in case of drought - Take your rubbish with you

A mostly forest trail that will take you through the village of La Forclaz before reaching Les Diablerets.

From Les Ecovets, head in the direction of the Bois de Léchières and you will arrive in the alpine village of La Forclaz at 1260 m. Notice the beautiful old chalets of this typical village. Continue towards the small village of Vers-l'Eglise to Les Diablerets.

Practical Information

TRANSPORT: - For the return journey, there is a bus link between Les Diablerets and Villars, only in summer. - The train Aigle Sépey Diablerets (ASD) links Les Diablerets to Aigle. From Aigle a bus runs every hour to Villars. PARKING: - free parking at Les Ecovets SOME TIPS: - Plan your hike (route, duration, weather). - Equip yourself appropriately; sturdy shoes (preferably high heels), suitable clothing and protection against the weather. - Take sufficient food and drink. - Take a pocket pharmacy. - Be aware of weather changes - Do not walk on grass and crops - Close all pasture gates - Turn off fireplaces, do not make fires in case of drought - Take your rubbish with you

Course profile

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