Welcome to Les Diablerets

Glacier 3000, so named for its position atop the 3.5km-long Glacier de Tsanfleuron, has had a surge in popularity since the 2014 opening of the incredible Peak Walk by Tissot suspension bridge. It's largely responsible for the village's growth as a green-season destination: should you be so inclined, it's possible to go canyoning, hydrospeeding, paragliding, dirt monster-biking, or just exhaust yourself among the almost 250km of walking and hiking trails.

Whether you plan to ski, bike or hike (or not), Les Diablerets's alpine vistas are top-of-the-world class, and it's a cinch to get here from Montreux if you just need to get up high for some pure mountain air.

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