The Glacier 3000 is the only glacier ski area in the Bernese Oberland and allows to offer winter sports from late October to early May. It presents a spectacular view over the Bernese Alps, 24 summits over 4000m high such as the Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. Do visit the mountain station conceptualized by famous designer Mario Botta and explore the Restaurant Refuge de l’Espace on its magnificent location.
Glacier 3000 Les Diablerets-Gstaad
The impressive suspension bridge "Peak Walk by Tissot", which connects two mountain peaks, is one of the most spectacular highlights of Glacier 3000. The summer toboggan run "Alpine Coaster" or dog sled rides also provide plenty of fun and lead to an unforgettable experience. The glacier area is also home to the highest cross-country ski run in Gstaad as well as the Oldenegg climbing area and the Via Ferrata de la Tête de Chamois. Hikers can enjoy impressive glacier and mountain landscapes on the Glacier Walk to the Quille du Diable, the alpine hiking trail to Sanetschsee and the Oldenhorn, a three-thousand-metre peak.
The ski season on Glacier 3000 begins as early as the end of October and lasts until the beginning of May. The perfectly groomed slopes of Glacier 3000 are among the most spectacular in the region. Pure skiing pleasure is offered, among other things, by the 8 km long run on the Red Run piste. The snow park with its numerous elements makes the heart of all freestylers beat faster. In addition to the skiers, ski tourers will also get their money's worth. Glacier 3000 is the perfect starting point for numerous tours of various levels of difficulty. A ski tour in the glacier area is a unique adventure in the great outdoors with an incomparably beautiful panorama for beginners and professionals alike. The Peak Walk by Tissot is also one of the highlights in winter.
Mountain restaurants and snow bars
How to get there and further information
Gstaad 3000 AG
Route du Pillon 253
1865 Les Diablerets
Tel. +41 24 492 33 77