Slopes

Expressed in figures, Glacier 3000 consists of: 25 km of runs. 10 installations. 1’350 to 3’000 m altitude range. Important is actually the incomparable feeling that is experienced while skiing or snowboarding: pure pleasure.

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Freeride

Enjoy total freedom! Glacier 3000 is one of the favorite freeride areas in the Bernese Oberland because snow is guaranteed and because of the various runs between 1’200 and 3’000 metres.

All those who love to ride off the main slopes and through the sparkling deep powder will definitely find what they are looking for here! Freeriding at Glacier 3000 means: following only your own tracks in the snow admist a stunning glacier setting and to feel free as never before.

 

Contact FREERIDE CENTERS

Alpinzentrum Gstaad GmbH
www.alpinzentrum.ch

Passe Montagne Les Diablerets
www.passemontagne.ch

Safety

The fascinating beauty of high mountains also carries many risks, such as glacier crevasses, avalanches, snowstorms, fog that appears very quickly, and strong sunshine. Outside of the marked and open slopes, each person is responsible for themself. Here proper equipment and knowledge about the risks are a must! Glacier 3000 does not assume any liability for descents conducted off the marked, open and prepared slopes.

Please note the following for your freeride adventure:

  • Avalanche information.
  • Check your emergency equipment: LVS-device, shovel, probe, airbag, and mobile telephone.
  • Gain the basic knowledge about alpine dangers and what to do in case of an emergency. 

 

Contact
Safety
  •  Area Overview
  •  Avalanche Training Center
  •  Contact
  •  Safety

Routes

For all tours, we recommend you hire a local mountain guide to accompany you.

  • Dôme Peak (3’016 m) – Les Diablerets Village (1’200 m)
  • Pierre Pointe by Restaurant Botta (2’971 m) – Col du Pillon Valley Station (1’546 ...

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Snowpark Glacier 3000

Always aim high! THE highlight for all freestylers: the Snowpark in the glacier area at 3’000 metres. The alpine conditions ensure enough snow and an incredible feeling of freedom.

Glacier 3000 is one of the few destinations that already has a well-maintained Snowpark in October – and draws freestylers from around the world between the end of October and beginning of January. The ideal training spot for beginners and pro riders is one of the most spectacular in the whole region. With Arnaud Kugener as a first class shaper, great moves and jumps are guaranteed: thanks to cool line rails, tanks, kicker jumps, flat tubes and a lot more.

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Line Jump
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Snowpark Glacier 3000

Snowpark Facts

Expert

  • 4 kickers: 8m/ 11m/ 14m/ 16m
  • 4 rails

Beginners

  • 4 kickers
  • boxes