Les Mazots

Route Information

Category
Region
Status
Closed
Difficulty
Difficult
Length
Duration
Ascent
Descent

Description

Enjoy the snowshoe track from Les Diablerets to Les Mazots via Tréchadèze, La Tré and Le Jorat.

The trail starts immediately after you get off the Diablerets Express cable car on the left before the Les Mazots restaurant. The first part of this route descends through the forest and then through the pastures to the alpine chalet Les Mazots. You then walk down to the sledge run below, cross it and continue towards Tréchadèze. The walk will now take you through the woods. The last section is a rather steep descent that winds its way down to the Jorat. You then follow the path along the river until you reach Les Diablerets village. This walk can be also be done in the opposite direction, uphill. You should allow about 3 hours.

Practical Information

Some safety recommendations: - Find out about the weather and snow conditions before you start - Take a map of the route with you - Respect the signs and any forbidden areas - Always stay on the prepared track. - Turn back if in doubt. - Carry drink and a mobile phone with you - Take back your rubbish with you - Out of respect for the fauna and the environment, keep your dog on a lead and pick up after it. You use the hiking, cross-country skiing or sledging trails on your own responsibility. The tourist offices do not accept any responsibility for accidents, loss of control or problems caused by the forces of nature.

Enjoy the snowshoe track from Les Diablerets to Les Mazots via Tréchadèze, La Tré and Le Jorat.

The trail starts immediately after you get off the Diablerets Express cable car on the left before the Les Mazots restaurant. The first part of this route descends through the forest and then through the pastures to the alpine chalet Les Mazots. You then walk down to the sledge run below, cross it and continue towards Tréchadèze. The walk will now take you through the woods. The last section is a rather steep descent that winds its way down to the Jorat. You then follow the path along the river until you reach Les Diablerets village. This walk can be also be done in the opposite direction, uphill. You should allow about 3 hours.

Practical Information

Some safety recommendations: - Find out about the weather and snow conditions before you start - Take a map of the route with you - Respect the signs and any forbidden areas - Always stay on the prepared track. - Turn back if in doubt. - Carry drink and a mobile phone with you - Take back your rubbish with you - Out of respect for the fauna and the environment, keep your dog on a lead and pick up after it. You use the hiking, cross-country skiing or sledging trails on your own responsibility. The tourist offices do not accept any responsibility for accidents, loss of control or problems caused by the forces of nature.

Course profile

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