Set near Montreux, les Diablerets meaning the little devils, is an authentic mountain village located at an altitude of 1200 meters above sea level in the heart of the Alpes Vaudoises, at the foot of an imposing mountain massif and with a majestic glacier. Entirely made up of chalets, the village enjoys a great cachet and a penny to develop while preserving its heritage.
The proximity of the Diablerets glacier, or Glacier 3000, allows visitors to see snow all year round. Glacier 3000 is a snowy wonderland for outdoor and adventure enthusiasts, with a wide variety of activities available. Head to the top on a 15-minute cable car ride and enjoy the views.
During the summer season, the glacier offers the Alpine Coaster, Europe's highest tracked toboggan run. The glacier also houses the Peak Walk, the world's first suspension bridge connecting two peaks. The walkway, which is 108 meters long, is accessible free all year round and allows visitors to discover more than 24 peaks over 4,000 meters.
Those who explore the Glacier 3000 glacier area will experience nature close up and will not forget the spectacular scenery for a long time.
Then discover the famous town of Montreux. Because of the exceptionally mild climate Montreux is called the capital of the Vaud Riviera. Plants associated with the Mediterranean, such as pines, cypresses and palm trees grow here. Charlie Chaplin, Freddie Mercury and several other famous people of world-renown lived and continue to live on this area.