Diablerets Tourisme

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Diablerets Tourisme
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1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Monday
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Thursday
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Friday
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Elana G
New Mexico152 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
Nice view, fresh air , hike and picnic. Not for thrill seekers or serious hikers, Just a nice pleasant hike
Written August 25, 2017
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Caroline S
Les Diablerets, Switzerland17 contributions
Oct 2015 • Friends
Helpful and friendly. Lots of free stuff, bus, free access card etc. Very easy to find in the centre of village opposite Holiday Sport
Written November 14, 2015
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bryanmantezoni
Houston, TX2,817 contributions
Mar 2014 • Friends
We passed thru here on the way to VAl d'Aosta in Italy and stayed two nights, the town was little and almost none there so we got some ski classes and the teacher was just for us since none else was there. Great restaurants and hotels are not very expensive, we got one at 65 euros a night but definitely you got to stop at the tourism office they will help you a lot. Do not go during tourism season because prices go high and you probably will not find a hotel.
Written May 15, 2014
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dbruehlmeier
Dudingen, Switzerland83 contributions
Feb 2017 • Couples
I booked a musher excursion as a birthday gift for my wife through the tourist office. On the morning of the excursion, I called the office to confirm, since the snow situation was critical. They told us that everything will be held as planned. After a two hour car drive, the guide told us that the excursion was cancelled. No apology, just fingerpointing. Same at the tourist office. What a shame. I fully understand that an excursion can be cancelled due to weather conditions. But that's exactly why I called ahead. The least I expected was an apology and to be treated nice. Unfortunately, it seems too much to ask in Les Diablérets.
Written February 27, 2017
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delraycat
Geneva, Switzerland75 contributions
Feb 2014 • Friends
Do stop by the tourist office. The young ladies there are very helpful with maps and suggestions. We even got free sunglasses advertising the resort. My nephews loved them!
Written March 25, 2014
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Achilleas S
Athens, Greece31 contributions
Dec 2013 • Friends
This must be one of the nicest ski villages, it surely is the nicest one I have ever visited, and I have been to many places in Austria, Switzerland, France and Italy.

Located not too far from Geneve, this picturesque little village has it all: Fantastic mountains surrounding it, with numerous ski pists including a glacier at 3.000m, a huge parking lot for visitors to park their car conveniently close to the lifts, a nice after-ski infrastructure with restaurants, shops etc, and, most of all, ample space. In contrast to your typical ski resort, where the cars on the streets are usually jammed, this is a very quiet little village, where people prefer to walk (it's all on a plain field), and enjoy the wooden houses of the village in peace and quiet.

Definitely recommended for those that are into wintersports, but do not wish to be bothered with the buzz of the likes of the most famous ski resorts.
Written January 31, 2014
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brancusirocks
Rome, Italy692 contributions
Dec 2013 • Family
The multilingual and patient staff help you sort through the various offerings (paragliding, guided snowshoe excursions, etc) and they're even open on public holidays.
Written January 4, 2014
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Maureen600
Swanage, Dorset223 contributions
Feb 2020
We found the tourist office very helpful with information about buses, trips and walks in the snow. No language barriers either!
Written March 1, 2020
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Feefifofum40
Oxford, UK125 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
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.
Written September 1, 2017
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Marshall B
Ferney-Voltaire, France3,499 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
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.
Written August 15, 2017
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Diablerets Tourisme is open:
  • Sun - Sun 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Mon - Mon 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Tue - Tue 12:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Wed - Sat 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM