Overview of Les Diablerets Ski Resort.
Les Diablerets ski resort is a traditional farming village that has sat in its spectacular location for many centuries. Given this heritage, and a lack of rapid expansion, you’ll find you’ll enjoy your Les Diablerets ski holiday in a friendly, intimate village where you can soon get to know the same faces in the restaurants, shops, on the ski slopes and in your accommodation.
Located in the Vaudois Alps surrounded by more famous ski areas including Villars, to which it is lift and ski piste linked, as well as Gstaad and Leysin which you can reach by bus.
When you visit for your Les Diablerets ski holiday you’ll find the resort’s ski area is divided in to two main sectors. A gondola from near the centre of the resort lifts skiers up to the Iseneau plateau, from which it is possible to ski down, cross the road at the Col du Pillion, and then catch two cable cars up around 1,500 vertical metres to the Diablerets glacier at a snowsure 3000 metres. On the other side of the village you can take a chairlift up to Les Mazots from where you can continue on to Gryon and Villars.