In the middle ages, the Les Diablerets rock wall was believed to be cursed. The mountain range’s name also refers to this: “devil’s horns”. Today, nobody needs to be afraid of Les Diablerets. Quite the contrary: only very few holiday destinations offer such a variety of winter sports activities paired with a heavenly panoramic view. One could say it’s “devilishly good”.
You’ll have the luck of the devil in Les Diablerets! And not only because the village’s name means “devil’s horns”. The glacier ski resort promises hours of fun on the slopes with its exciting downhill runs – for both beginners and top-skiers. The cherry on top are the variety of leisure activities, such as tobogganing or husky-sledding and curling – but also the convenient service facilities, such as the INTERSPORT Rent ski rental shop in Les Diablerets.
A true paradise for skiers and snowboarders: a total of 125 kilometres of slopes span the three resorts Glacier 3,000, Meilleret and Isenau. Impressive heights up to 3,000m guarantee reliable snow coverage and lots of snow sports pleasure long into May.
The Isenau ski resort offers perfect conditions for beginners. Its graceful slopes and large number of blue pistes make Isenau just the thing for the untrained skier. Meilleret is the insider’s tip for experienced winter athletes: intermediate runs, sharp turns and flat slopes make for lots of variety. At INTERSPORT Rent in Les Diablerets you’ll receive the right equipment for your needs. You don’t have to immediately decide, as the newest models and tried and trusted brands are available for test runs.
The bravest winter sports enthusiasts dare to take on the Glacier 3,000: the 11 pistes feature a number of challenging runs. Adventure-seekers swoop down the seven-kilometre long Oldenpiste run – one of the most daring runs in the region. The piste is completely secured – are you? Stop by the INTERSPORT Rent ski rental shop and our winter experts will assist you in finding not only the proper equipment, but also with valuable tips – no matter for which descent.
One of the holiday region’s highlights: the highest toboggan run in the world. The “Alpine Coaster” is an insider’s tip for adrenaline junkies. If you’re looking for off-piste fun, then take a husky tour through the glacier area or discover the gorgeous mountain landscape on the idyllic winter hiking trails.
Are you ready for something new? Exciting downhill runs for beginners and experienced snow sports fans as well as lots of recreational activities await you in Les Diablerets. You can find out more about the region at INTERSPORT Rent, your partner for ski rentals in Les Diablerets!