Villars - Gryon
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Quick access to the local slopes is possible via the recently built Diablerets Express gondola, from the top of which it is possible to make the journey across to the linked ski area with Villars. These slopes suit intermediates best, with blues and reds scattered across the piste map – most are tree-lined and are therefore good for bad weather days. A short bus ride up the valley takes you to the foot of the snowsure slopes at Glacier 3000, where there's some steeper terrain (including a beautiful long black down to the valley) and some seriously impressive high-alpine scenery.
(Airports, trains, shared options)
6 day pass
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Pass available to buy from Oct
The "Alpes vaudoises" ski pass is valid for the areas of Leysin-Les Mosses-La Lécherette, Villars-Gryon-Les Diablerets and Glacier 3000 (all km)
Passes 3 days and above is automatically the whole area
Train + Bus Option
Villars - Gryon
Take a train from Geneva Airport to Aigle, then transfer to a regional bus (144) to take you up to the resort. The total time is aprox. 2hrs
Les Diablerets - Glacier 3000
Take a train from Geneva Airport to Aigle, then transfer to a regional train to Les Diablerets. From Les Diablerets, you can take a bus or taxi to reach the Glacier 3000 ski area. The total journey time is around 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Swiss train tickets are released 60 days in advance. Buy as early as possible for cheapest prices and most availability.
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On average you can book 3-4 months in advance, read our full Guide to European Rail travel