Les Diablerets is traditional charming Swiss mountain village at the foot of the Glacier 3000 ski area. This authentic small village consists entirely of chalets, during the season the main road is entirely blocked off for pedestrians. Les Diablerets ski area has 3 surrounding ski areas with 125km of pistes plus a snowpark. Ski resort Meilleret which has the connection to neighbouring Villars. Isenau ski area is ideal for beginners and freestylers. Glacier 3000 is the only glacier ski resort in the Bernese Oberland with its famous 7 km long Combe d’Audon/Olden slope. Les Diablerets is an ideal ski resort for family ski holidays.
Les Diablerets is located in Gstaad, the French-speaking Vaud region of the Swiss Alps. This delightful village is among those unique Swiss resorts which are still able to offer a traditional mountain holidays. Although according to legends and folk tales, the name of the Les Diablerets has the meaning of “abode of devils”, this is a beautiful and unspoilt village. Les Diablerets makes it possible to enjoy traditional farming village atmosphere in total peace.
The accommodation in Les Diablerets is rated as some of the most beautiful in the world, the resort offers: holiday apartments, ski chalets catered chalets and luxury ski accommodation. While the resort is small and quiet, there is a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants. There are also several other activities for you to try including farm visits, sightseeing tours in Diablerets and Vers L'Eglise, a snowshoe walk, and both Protestant and Catholic church services on Sunday.
If you’re flying to Les Diablerets, be sure to arrive via one of the closest airports:
If you will want to use public transport closest train station to Les Diablerets is Aigle. It can be accessed in 60 minutes, 25 minutes by car. Although Switzerland is famous for its mountain trains and efficient rail network, we recommend you to order direct airport transfer to get to your chosen destination.
These transfer times are approximate only. Weather and traffic conditions can significantly impact transfer times:
We calculate all resort transfer services individually, to ensure that our customers never overpay. Whenever you choose to travel and whatever your final destination, Alps 2 Alps will get you there for the lowest possible price. However, we advise booking early to access the best possible deal. In addition, keep up to date with Alps 2 Alps for the latest offers, deals and discounts on Les Diablerets resort transfer services.
Transfer costs are calculated in accordance with the following factors:
All of the above mentioned will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we never over-inflate our prices at any time or for any reason. We also offer substantial discounts for off-peak, off-season and midweek transfers to Les Diablerets. If looking for the best possible deals, travelling outside peak season or midweek typically results in the biggest savings. We offer midweek (Monday to Friday) prices with up to 60% discount than weekend prices.
Your transfer quote will also depend on vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and other costs like road tolls and airport parking charges. In all instances, we work hard to keep our prices low and are relentlessly committed to total value for money. Which is why we guarantee you won’t find a better deal on your Les Diablerets resort transfers, whatever your needs.
To discuss any specific requirements or plans to travel as part of a larger group, please get in touch directly so we can discuss your needs.
Seasonal opening dates at Les Diablerets are of course dependant on snow conditions, though are currently listed as follows:
The resort of Les Diablerets lies at an elevation of 1,200m, with a max vertical of 1,820m and its highest lift going as far as 2,970m. There are a total of 26 pistes in the immediate vicinity of the resort, served by 22 ski lifts (4 chair lifts, 18 surface lifts). Around 58% of the slopes are ideal for beginners and 42% serve the needs of intermediates.
Les Diablerets is part of the Alpes Vaudoises ski area with access to 220km of downhill skiing, with 121 individual pistes, served by 54 ski lifts accessible with a single pass. There is a huge choice of terrain, you can ski or snowboard in Leysin, Villars-Gryon, also Les Diablerets is directly linked by Ski Lift to the ski areas of Anzere.
Les Diablerets ski resort has the Swiss tourist board’s Families Welcome stamp. The resort can offer fantastic kids’ facilities: the nursery run by the ski school is open to kids from age of three to eight years old. Snowli Parc run by the ski school is the largest snow garden in the Vaudoises Alps. Les Diablerets ski resort will make your family trip a memorable one!
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Surrounded by the magnificent scenery of the majestic mountain peaks of the Vaudois Alps, Les Diablerets village has managed to maintain its historical heritage. Situated in the Lake Geneva region, this ski resort opens onto a magnificent panoramic horizon. There are traditional farmer’s market and an array of festive activities during Christmas time in Les Diablerets. Make sure you will discover all the places Les Diablerets ski resort can offer. Find out more at the following websites:
At Alps2Alps we think that Les Diablerets resort transfers are about so much more than getting you to your final destination. After all, you also want to arrive comfortable, refreshed and ideally on time. Not all resort transfer services can promise this – Alps2Alps guarantees a higher-level service for every passenger.
Choose us for your travel to Les Diablerets and we’ll provide you with the following guarantees:
Make sure that you are aware of all kinds of deals, discounts and special offers that could make your trip even more affordable. If looking to secure your seats for the best possible price, booking as early as possible is advisable.
If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, please get in touch with the Alps2Alps customer service team today. Otherwise, go ahead with your booking and we’ll see you in the snow!