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Diablerets Tourisme

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chemin du College 2, Les Diablerets 1865 Switzerland
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Maureen600 wrote a review Mar 2020
Swanage, Dorset218 contributions44 helpful votes
We found the tourist office very helpful with information about buses, trips and walks in the snow. No language barriers either!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Feefifofum40 wrote a review Sep 2017
Oxford, United Kingdom116 contributions84 helpful votes
Gave us plenty of ideas for our Summer visit and the Access Card was a real bonus. Also bought gorgeous Les Diablerets posters to take home.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Elana G wrote a review Aug 2017
Far Rockaway, New York145 contributions54 helpful votes
Nice view, fresh air , hike and picnic. Not for thrill seekers or serious hikers, Just a nice pleasant hike
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Marshall B wrote a review Aug 2017
Ferney-Voltaire, France3,194 contributions291 helpful votes
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The office of tourism provides some very useful and free hiking maps, among every other kind of brochure or map you would possibly want for exploring the area. And, if you are staying in a hotel or B&B in the area (until October 22), you will receive a voucher for free access to a number of activities ("Free Access Card", which otherwise costs 12 CHF/day), plus to post buses and shuttle buses, which is important because the Isenau cable car is not operating this summer (2017): the post bus takes you to Col du Pillon from the gare, and the shuttle bus the rest of the way up to Isenau - there is a timetable that you need to refer to if you want to take advantage of these buses. You can also park your car at Col du Pillon (or if you are really adventuresome, and preferably with 4 wheel drive, you could make it all the way up to Isenau, taking the same route as the shuttle bus). The trails leading up to the Col des Anderets are quite accessible for people of all ages and abilities, with wonderful views at 2000m towards the Lac d'Arnon, on a gravel path starting at Isenau that sometimes is shared with mountain bikes. From there, one can walk further up for views of Les Diablerets or down to the lake, but we were happy to make it up to the Col des Anderets and then walk down to the town rather than wait for the shuttle bus at Isenau. The only problem with the hike down from Isenau to Les Diablerets is that in wet weather the trail can get muddy and slippery in stretches that go across fields and through the woods, so poles would be useful.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Prashant N wrote a review Jun 2017
Mumbai, India122 contributions41 helpful votes
We saw the office from outside. We were familiar with the area and not much needed to be discussed with them.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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