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Glacier 3000, Les Diablerets
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  • Our trip to Glacier 3000 was a happy accident. We were booked on a tour from Geneva to go to Chamonix and Mont Blanc, but the tram had closed so Key Tours offered this excursion as a substitute. The w...  more »
  • You have to take a local bus to get to the gondola car that take you to the top of the mountain. It was raining the day I went here and although it was okay on the ground by the time I got to the top ...  more »
  • By far the best experience of my life. Glacier 3000 is always snow clad hence got a breathtaking view and unforgettable experience there. The best thing about this place is that it is not heavily crow...  more »
  • Definitely worth a visit. Skiing is ok but, as in most places in Switzerland, very expensive. There are other glaciers - particularly in Austria - offering far letterale for the money. The proximity to both Gstaad and Les Diablerets and the good Post bus service connections are all positive features.
  • A short gondola ride takes you to the summit. From here a stunning combination of views awaits you. Definitely worth the effort to travel there and experience the Tissot Peak Walk and toboggan run.
  • My guide suggested this place instead of mount titlis, as they said Mt. Titlis is too crowdy. I must say they were right. This place is not too crowded and you would love it.
  • 62 CHF la journée
  • Insanely expensive. We were charged 56,- Swiss Francs a person for a single trip up. I was ski touring with my friends and a guide and we wanted to get up Glacier 3000 to gain some meters. They charged us 308,- Swiss Francs for a single ride up the glacier, with the guide on half rate. Insane! Up at the glacier I was wondering what the skiers are so enthusiastic about; The glacier is too flat for decent skiing and wind up there is a real issue. Only go there if there is no snow anywhere else!