Les Diablerets (Home of the Devils) is a pretty village served by a scenic train service out of Aigle with three distinct, and very different, mountains. Meilleret (1949m) is mostly below the tree line and connects to the busy Villars ski area, the Isenau (2120m) area has some pleasant sunny runs good for beginners and intermediates and a great park (with a couple of half pipes), and then there is the glacier on Diablerets at an often chilly but reliably snowsure 3000m. Villars is the more popular package holiday destination, but family-friendly Les Diablerets has much to commend itself as a holiday destination.
Where to Eat and Party in Les Diablerets
The MTB is probably the busiest spot for après ski in the village. Also popular are the Ormonan and the Eurotel Victoria, with dancing into the small hours at Saloon la Pote and Atomix.
Getting to Les Diablerets by Train
The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Les Diablerets. The station is 15 minutes from one gondola, across the tracks from the station, connecting with Villars, with another gondola, left out of station in the village, which links with Glacier 3000.
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