Les Diablerets Snowboarding
The 80th most popular snowboarding destination in Switzerland.
Friday 19 January 2018 07:01 GMT
Southeast of Geneva, the Les Diablerets-Villars ski area has 18 lifts accessing a maximum vertical of 700m. One of the toughest, steepest groomed runs is the Bouquetins piste which is a 1.2km long descent averaging over 30 percent.
When it comes to off-piste, head up to Combe d’Audon and descend the 1400m through extreme high alpine terrain to the remote Oldenalp (10km), where you’ll need to catch a ski bus (every 30 minutes) back to the lifts (guide recommended). For the freestylers in your crew, you’ll want to check out the terrain park that is located at Isenau.
Les Diablerets is ideally situated to explore two other nearby ski areas. From the northernmost lift at Les Diablerets, there is a ski bus across the valley to Glacier 3000 and its 1650m descents. Also, there are ski buses running down valley (30 minutes) to the Leysin ski area. The Alpes Vaudoises ski pass covers both Glacier 3000 and Leysin, too.
TIP: If you are interested in backcountry snowboarding, contact Compagnie des Guides des Diablerets or the mountain guides office at Villars Experience. Should you want heliboarding, then contact Air-Glaciers Company.
Overall, Les Diablerets is the 80th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 81 snowboarding resorts in Switzerland.