The Swiss Alpine resort of Les Diablerets has three different ski areas: Isenau, the favourite for families, Le Meilleret, linked to the Villars-Gryon ski area, and Glacier 3000, the highest point of the Lake Geneva Region.
A real mountain village, Les Diablerets offers three separate ski areas. Accessed from the village, south-facing Isenau is the favourite of families and beginners. Closed during the winter 2017-2018, Isenau will remain alive and will be developed in order to offer you an exceptional playground for all ski touring and freeride lovers. A new cable-car project is underway on the same route as the old one and should be operational in winter 2018-2019.
The more demanding area of Le Meilleret links directly with the Villars-Gryon ski area, while Glacier 3000 has the highest slopes of the Vaudois Alps. Departing from the Col du Pillon, cable cars carry walkers, skiers and snowboarders up the mountain all year round. From the glacier, experienced skiers can ski the Combe d’Audon, one of the toughest slopes of the region.
It’s not just skiers who have all the fun! Families and groups of friends delight in swooping down one of the longest luge tracks in Switzerland, both day and night.