As its name suggests, you have to climb high to enjoy the food at the Botta 3000 restaurant. On the edge of the Glacier des Diablerets, the highest point of the region, the imposing modern building designed by Mario Botta stands at an altitude of 3,000 m.
Accessed by cable car from the Col du Pillon in the Vaudois Alps, Botta 3000 is the highest restaurant in the region. With a breathtaking view over the highest mountains of the Alps, combining visual and culinary delights is what it’s all about at Botta 3000.
With a sunny terrace, self-service buffet and restaurant, visitors to the glacier are spoilt for choice at Botta 3000. And its fabulous Peak Brunches are a great way to start the day.
Once you’ve eaten your fill, you can enjoy the many tourist attractions on offer at Glacier 3000, such as hiking or snow-shoeing on the glacier, skiing, the excitement and fun of the Alpine Coaster or the thrills of the Peak Walk – the only walkway in the world linking two peaks.
Restaurant Botta, Glacier 3000
Glacier 3000 Diablerets - Gstaad
1865 Les Diablerets