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Devil's Peaks

The name of our latest cluster comes from the mountains – the Les Diarablets Massif, which sit high above the town. This directly translates to ‘the abode of the devils’ – but we think you’ll find it closer to heaven! Devil’s Peaks is a cluster of varied resorts packed with character, all connected by cute little Alpine cog trains. They sit between Lake Geneva, the Port du Soleil, Gstaad and Verbier. 


The slopes hold spectacular scenery cascading down to the valley floor which is generously scattered with vineyards and wineries. With the year-round snow sure Glacier 3000, to the South facing powder gem that is Ovrannaz… there is something for everyone. With 269 km of pisted slopes in the cluster and 3 massive resorts close by The Devil’s peaks just cannot be missed. 

Leysin / Les Mosses / La Lecherette

Leysin is an old-world Swiss village with plenty of charm. From the town you can ski the lift served Leysin resort and take the short bus link to the surface lift-based resorts Les Mosses and La Lecherette. Don’t miss out on the splendid rotating restaurant at the top of Leysin with magnificent views over Lake Geneva. 

Villars / Gryon / Les Diablarets / Glacier 3000

These linked resorts show sophisticated Switzerland in miniature. From the chocolate-box old-time charm of Gryon to the sophistication of Villars and then the understated tastefulness of Les Diablerets, this array of resorts offers it all. 

Les Marcottes / Ovronnaz

A short distance further south lie the two secret stashes of Les Marcottes and Ovronaz. Small but both are amazing when there is fresh powder. 

What makes Devil's Peaks Unique?

Rail Links

Embark on a picturesque train journey alongside Lake Geneva, which transports you to Aigle or Bex where you change from regular mainline trains to enchanting Swiss Mountain Cog trains. From there, convenient bus and train connections between these destinations provide an extensive range of skiing opportunities within the cluster of smart resorts.

Glacier 3000 & Tissot Peak Walk

Within this cluster lies Glacier 3000, an unconventional resort without traditional accommodations. A quick ski bus ride from Les Diablerets, it distinguishes itself with stunning views and diverse skiing options, including the Tissot Peak Walk and an exciting black run through tunnels, adding an exciting dimension to the experience.

Views over Lake geneva / Start of the alps

Positioned where the Alps ascend majestically from Lake Geneva, this cluster boasts breathtaking views. Particularly noteworthy is the splendid rotating restaurant in Leysin, strategically designed to capitalise on the stunning panorama.


Located across the cluster, apartments give you the flexibility to choose where you would like to be based; from the centre of town to somewhere more remote. Our hand-picked apartments are a great solution for individuals or groups.


Often associated with the Alpine region, traditional chalets are recognised for their sloping roofs and wide, overhanging eaves. More spacious than a hotel, a chalet provides great accommodation for small groups looking for a scenic hideaway. With in-depth local knowledge, our team can help you choose your perfect chalet for your next adventure.


From simple stays to luxury accommodation, hotels provide a diverse range of options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for bed and breakfast or all-inclusive, we can find you the perfect hotel for your break.

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Grimentz - Zinal


Picturesque and charming mountain villages, uncrowded slopes and oodles of local charm make this ‘end of the road’ cluster a true hidden gem.

The Jewels centre around the Val D’Anniviers valley, which culminates in Zinal where 3 glaciers meet in spectacular fashion, beyond this lie the views and the mountains that make up the crown. The skiing in this area is excellent, varied and at altitude snow sure. The resorts remain small and slightly disjointed due to the natural geography of the area. This in turn keeps the crowds away and so the villages have kept their charm, the slopes are less skied out and you are in a perfect place for whatever holiday you are after.

Those in the know rate the snow quality in these resorts as second to none in Switzerland. These are the true hidden gems of Swiss skiing.

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Half way between the main ski resorts Grimentz and St Luc the small sleepy rustic town of Ayer offers a great base for those with an eye to explore.

Armed with a car you can visit a different resort every day.

We have a catered chalet, available as a whole or by the room and two self cater chalets, one for up to 10 and the other for up to four.

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St Luc - Chandolin


St Luc and Chandolin are a pair of small resorts located high above the Val d’Anniviers floor, the small windy road opens up these quality high altitude gems offering beautiful views and seriously good skiing. We have some very stylish hotels in these villages. 

Together they are the sunniest resorts in Val d’Anniviers. The villages are at altitude and combine the rickety rural charm of the area with a grand Victorian vibe, from the early grand tour hotels built here. The views from the top are breathtaking and there is plenty of skiing here. The best slopes are accessible only by surface lifts. Of particular note is the long red from Bella Tola at 3026 down to the fabulous bar Le Prilet, a fine way to end the day.



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