- Large children’s snow garden
- Wide sunny pistes
- World renowned Freestyle Park Tete d'Aï
The name of our latest cluster comes from the mountains - the Les Diarablets Massif, which sit high above the town. This directly translates to ‘the abode of the devils’ - but we think you’ll find it closer to heaven! Devil’s Peaks is a cluster of varied resorts packed with character, all connected by cute little Alpine cog trains. They sit between Lake Geneva, the Port du Soleil, Gstaad and Verbier.
The slopes hold spectacular scenery cascading down to the valley floor which is generously scattered with vineyards and wineries. With the year round snowsure Glacier 3000, to the South facing powder gem that is Ovrannaz... there is something for everyone. With 269 km of pisted slopes in the cluster and 3 massive resorts close by The Devil’s peaks just cannot be missed.
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Leysin / Les Mosses / La Lecherette
Leysin is an old world Swiss village with plenty of charm. From the town you can ski the lift served Leysin resort and take the short bus link to the surface lift based resorts Les Mosses and La Lecherette. Don't miss out on the splendid rotating restaurant at the top of Leysin with magnificent views over Lake Geneva.
- Toboggan Park
- Horse Riding
- Cheese Museum
- Revolving Restaurant
Villars / Gryon / Les Diablarets / Glacier 3000
These linked resorts show sophisticated Switzerland in miniature. From the chocolate box old time charm of Gryon to the sophistication of Villars and then the understated tastefulness of Les Diablerets, this array of resorts offer it all.
Offering a surprisingly large ski area (best suited to intermediate skiers), there are also some good beginner slopes and a spectacular off-piste route off the back of the Les Diablerets glacier all the way down to the village - a vertical descent of 1,500 metres and best done with a qualified mountain guide!
With glacier skiing up to 3000m, varied local slopes and a much-improved lift system, Les Diablerets is one of Switzerland's top all-round resorts.
Quick access to the local slopes is possible via the recently built Diablerets Express gondola, from the top of which it is possible to make the journey across to the linked ski area with Villars. A short bus ride up the valley takes you to the foot of the snow-sure slopes at Glacier 3000, where there's some steeper terrain (including a beautiful long black down to the valley) and some seriously impressive high-alpine scenery.
There's plenty to do away from the slopes, including a long, winding sledge run down from the top of the gondola at Les Mazots. Access is very easy from Geneva, with the resort having one of the quickest transfer times in the Swiss Alps.
- La Combe d’Audon Piste.
- Red Run with 8 kilometres of skiing and 1700 metres of altitude difference.
- Rando Parc Off Piste Area.
- Les Mazots sledge run.
- The Ice Cathedral.
- Glacier 3000 Peak Walk.
Les Marcottes / Ovronnaz
A short distance further south lie the 2 secret stashes of Les Marcottes and Ovronaz. Small but both amazing when there is fresh powder.
- Excellent Cross Country Ski tracks
- Thermalp les Bains" thermal spa centre
- Winter Hiking Trails
- Sno Yoga