09:00 to 17:00
Suspended between two peaks
Meeting point: Parking Lausanne-Bellerive at 09:00
Transport: by bus
Number of participants: 25
Registration fee: CHF 150 (includes transport, cable car to Glacier3000, Peak Walk and high-altitude lunch at the Botta 3000 Restaurant)
Organizer: Lausanne Tourisme
NOTE: Start and end times given for this field trips are the times when the trip departs from and returns to the P&R Vennes
This trip takes you to the edge of the Glacier des Diablerets, the highest point in the Vaud Alps region from where you’ll have a stunning panorama of no fewer than 24 snow-capped 4000-metre giants: Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau, Matterhorn, Grand Combin are among them, and you’ll even glimpse Mont Blanc in the distance.
A cable car will carry you from the Col du Pillon to the summit station. There you will enjoy a Swiss raclette at Botta 3000, the imposing high-altitude restaurant built by Swiss star-architect Mario Botta standing at 3000 m above sea level. You can then experience how it feels to be suspended over the void. The Peak Walk, a 107-metre-long and 80-centimetre-wide suspension bridge, connects two peaks of the Diablerets massif.