Glacier 3000–Les Diablerets ski resort is located in Gstaad, Espace Mittelland, Bern, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. This is the only glacial ski resort in the region and offers some of the most spectacular views of the Gstaad Mountain.
Skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of the resorts 25 kilometres of slopes and elevation ranges between 1,343 and 3,016 metres, which are perfect for every ability, so whether you’re a novice skier or powder professional, you’re sure to find a slope to suit you. Beginners and younger skiers can find their feet on 9.7 kilometres of easy blue slopes which consist of smooth descents, more experienced skiers can revel in 3.2 kilometres of intermediate red runs and for professionals, there are 12.1 kilometres of expert black slopes. In addition to this the Les Diablerets area also offers freeride possibilities as well as extreme terrain and breath-taking views.
A particular highlight of this resort is experiencing the ‘Peak Walk’ which is the only suspension bridge in the world that connects two mountain peaks together. The exhilarating 107-metre-long bridge offers daredevils alike the opportunity to experience spectacular views of the Alps, Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, you have to be sure not to miss out on this unforgettable, once in a lifetime opportunity.
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