A train leaves Aigle every hour to run up to Les Diablerets in the Alps of the Lake Geneva Region. It transports locals and tourists staying in the region.
The Aigle - Le Sépey - Les Diablerets line is Chablais Public Transport’s most impressive: circular tunnels, viaducts at dizzying heights, tracks hugging steep precipices and breathtaking views.
Starting from Aigle station (415m.), the trains stop at 12 stations, for example at Les Planches and Le Sépey before reaching Les Diablerets (1,260m.). The ascent takes 50 minutes, crosses villages, meadows and forests with spectacular views of the Alps and the Rhone plain. Between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. there is a train every hour to Diablerets.
Les Diablerets is a traditional village and a preferred location for winter sports fans. Its ski region stretches to an altitude of 3,000 m on the glacier, where snow lasts longer than elsewhere. Skiing, snow park, Alpine skiing, snowshoeing, but also mountain biking and walking: there is something to suit everyone’s taste.
The train transports skis, snowboards and bikes without any problem.