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Glacier 3000, Les Diablerets
(4.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • You don't have to be a winter sports fan to enjoy this. We found the facility entertaining without skis or a snowboard. The Peak Walk was breathtaking, in a good way, the views were fantastic. The Fun...  more »
  • We went to the glacier 3000 for brunch. The place is just magical, breathtaking view. At the level of the brunch, the setting is idyllic, friendly staff and the food sufficiency and very well presented. Only downside, the dishes are prepared long in advance, so, dried meat and cheese plate was more than dry on the surface, as well as the fruits dry oranges and Brown bananas.
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  • Enjoyed a sunny day on the Glacier 3000, or Diablerets, still early season but great confitions and beautiful weather. It takes a while to get up with two modern cable cars, the skiing on the glacier ...  more »
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  • 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!