Family day trip to Glacier 3000 – Les Diablerets
This place is a must-see and a great family destination in Switzerland!! We have been in Gstaad for a weekend, and the Swiss Alpine Village is the perfect base to arrive on the Glacier 3000, in only 20 minutes, in a scenic route on the Alps!
Hot to get there
From Montreux 40 min, Lausanne 1 hour, Bern 2 hours (ny car). Inform your self here about the Railway offers here.
The trip itself with the cable car is incredible!! Arriving on Scex Rouge gave me the impression of arriving in another world! The panoramic view of the Glacier, Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, and Jungfrau is terrific!! One day is not enough for the Glacier 3000!! 🙂
For sledding with toddlers, the best option is the Fun Park. Unfortunately, the Snow Bus wasn’t operating on this day when we were there! For sure, that was one highlight for our boys!
Prices and what is included on the day card
Col du Pillon – Scex Rouge return Fr.-80 adults, Fr.-40 Children/ Half fare, Swiss Pass, and GA (Junior SBB Card is valid for Children).
-Ice Express Chair Lift
-Glacier Walk (Takes around 40 min – not guided)
-Alpine Coaster (summer only)
-Peak Walk by Tissot (suspension bridge)
-Dog Sled Ride (on request)
-Snow Bus, during summer:
Glacier roundtrip Fr.15.- (adult)
Scex Rouge – Quille du Diable – One-way ticket Fr.15.-
Scex Rouge – Quille du Diable – Return ticket Fr.20.-
Ski day card from November to Mai – 28 km of slopes!
Fr.-65 adult and Fr.43.-Children (under five free of charge)
If you have the chance, don’t miss to visit the Glacier 3000!! We are looking forward to our next visit! For any questions, write to us with a comment!
Gstaad 3000 AG
Route du Pillon 253
1865 Les Diablerets
Link to website, click here.
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