Les Diablerets Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

Les Diablerets

In Winter, Les Diablerets comes into its own. It has a variety of terrain and challenges from nursery to nerve racking with truly something for everybody. New facilities on the glacier have greatly improved the scope there, and make the available skiing terrain bigger and better. Lifts right from the town centre will transport you to the slopes, which in turn have a network of higher lifts to whisk you around once you are in the system.


From Les Diablerets you can ski three separate linked domains of 125km, via 46 lifts from 1200m to over 3000m on the Glacier. In addition, the Alpes Vaudoises ski pass includes access to the slopes of Leysin and Les Mosses (30 mins away by car) giving skiers the opportunity to test themselves on 220km of excellent powder terrain.

The three linked domains are made up of:

The Meilleret
Comprising 75km of ski runs and linked to Villars and Gryon, the Meilleret has numerous red runs and competent skiers will find challenging runs down to Villars.


Glacier 3000 (also part of Gstaad Holiday Region)
Comprising 25km of ski runs with his two new cable-cars, beginners can take advantage of the easy tracks on the top and the good skiers will choose the famous Combe d’Audon piste giving you 14 km of uninterrupted skiing.

Comprising 25km of ski runs this is an area best reserved for beginners with easy blue runs, where the Swiss Ski and Snowboard School are based for classes and this is where most of the snowboarders stay because of the snowpark. However better skiers will enjoy the steep and deep runs back to the village from the Isneau area. On a good day these runs can provide thrills and pleasures equal to anywhere in the Alps.


As well as skiing there is also 30km of Cross Country trails is in part illuminated at night, 7.2 km long toboggan run, snow-shoe walks, snow biking, paragliding, ice skating, curling, indoor swimming pool and spa, as well as ice fall climbing.


Number of elevators






6 5

Length of skiing trails (km)








The highest point (m)


Including Glacier 3000, which is also a part of the Gstaad Holiday Region