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Tobogganing Park Leysin
Roman Tyulyakov, Proalps

Fun and laughter at the core of the Vaudois winter

Powerful emotions, magical sensations and unusual activities

Acrobatic ski pleasure

Looking for cool winter activities? The Vaudois resorts have come up with a few new things to offer you exciting moments when skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowscooting and even cycling! With its halfpipe, which is unique in the Vaudois Alps, the Leysin snow park attracts freestylers of all walks of life. The kickers and slide bars of the Villars-Les Diablerets snow parks are modified every year, to the delight of all riders. The icy tracks of the Tobogganning Park are the perfect place to have a ball with your mates and get your adrenaline pumping. Espace de la Trélasse and the snow tubing of Col des Mosses offer miniature versions that are adapted to children. And if all you want to do is to go mountain biking, a Fat Bike is the perfect solution to do so on snow.

Peak Walk, Glacier300

Go up higher

If there is a true polar paradise in the canton of Vaud, it is certainly the one located at its highest point. Glacier 3000 brings together all the ingredients you need to make your winter sports stay memorable: Marked trails, Red Run, Snow Park and Fun Park. From its futuristic-style building, the view of the surrounding peaks is breathtaking. Still not enough? Then check out the Ice Cathedral, a 20-metre-long natural cave, or the dizzying crossing of the Peak walk, a suspension bridge connecting two summits. You won’t forget either of them in a hurry! A hot-air balloon flight is another fabulous opportunity to rise in the sky and admire the Alpine panorama. Looking for that adrenaline boost? Then a pendulum jump in the Gorges du Pissot is for you!

Chiens de traineaux à Villars-Gryon

In touch with nature

Cross-country skiing or hiking, whether it’s timed or not, is an excellent way to rub shoulders with the wild beauty of the canton of Vaud. The Rando Center will accompany you on your first outing if you wish. At night, when the snow-covered forests fall silent, the lit slopes of Saint-CergueL’OrientLes DiableretsSainte-Croix and La Forclaz let you rediscover skiing in a new way. The Diablerets toboggan trail offers a magical getaway, and dog-drawn sleds will delight the adventurer in you. Alternatively, put your snowshoes on and make tracks between the fir trees to watch the sunset over Lake Geneva or to stroll along a Lantern Path. The frozen lakes of Vallée de Joux and the ice rink of Caux await you for unforgettable ice-skating moments in a pristine environment.

Bô Noël

Frosty early evenings

L’après-ski est indubitablement l’un des temps forts des vacances à la neige. Dans les stations vaudoises, les bars s’emplissent à la fermeture des pistes d’une atmosphère conviviale propice à vivre des moments inoubliables entre amis. Un bon thé chaud aux épices ou une bière fraîche à déguster au grand air et en bonne compagnie apportera la touche finale parfaite à ta journée de glisse. Pendant la période des fêtes, profite de faire un saut au Bô Noël de Lausanne ou à Montreux Noël. Artisanat local, spécialités culinaires, chalets illuminés et autres espaces festifs t’assurent un divertissement digne de ce nom. La patinoire Light on Ice ne fait pas exception. Son chemin de glace emmène les visiteurs dans un monde enchanté avec, si souhaité, une halte au « Ice Bar ». La garantie d’un afterwork réussi !