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Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot

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Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot

Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000

On the Peak Walk by Tissot

Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot

The 107 metre Peak Walk

Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by TissotIf you’re looking for impressive mountain views in Switzerland you just can’t beat the Peak Walk by Tissot and Glacier 3000! The Peak Walk by Tissot is a unique suspension bridge and the only one in the world connecting two mountain peaks.

Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Located at Glacier 3000 you can get there via two gondolas from the base station close to Les Diablerets. Once you alight at the top the views are breathtaking. You climb a number of steps to reach the 107m long Peak Walk, which connects View Point Peak (2965m) and Scex Rouge (2971m).
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Walk over to the viewing platform to see unforgettable 365 degree views of the most amazing snow capped peaks.
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
The walkway is only 80 centimetres wide and offers views of the key Swiss mountains of the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau as well as stunning vistas as far as the eye can see.
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot

Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by TissotOther things to do at the Peak Walk by Tissot

Glacier 3000 and The Peak Walk by Tissot

Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot

Top Things To Do

1. You can take the chairlift down and go for a walk on the glacier
2. You can book dog sled rides
3. You can book a ride in the Snow Bus which takes you for a trip across the glacier
4. In Winter you can ski at Glacier 3000
5. You can have a delicious meal at the Botta Restaurant designed by Mario Botta
6. From April till October you can take a ride on the Alpine Coaster  
Sky High Views at Glacier 3,000 on the Peak Walk by Tissot

Tips For A Great Peak Walk Experience

Glacier 3000 and The Peak Walk by Tissot

1. Check the forecast and plan your trip for a sunny day. There is no point going when it is cloudy and overcast as you won’t see much.
2. Wear sensible shoes with a good grip. Walking up the steps to the walkway it may be a little icy especially in Winter so good shoes are a must.
3. Allow sufficient time to enjoy the views at the viewing platform.
4. In Winter wrap up well with layers and hats and gloves. It can get quite cold and also very windy.
5. Don’t forget your camera or phone as the views are mesmerising.
6. You can get reduced tickets if you have a Half Tax or GA

Glacier 3000 and The Peak Walk by Tissot

Glacier 3000 and The Peak Walk by Tissot
Where to begin: The Glacier 3000 base station near Les Diablerets

Opening Hours: Open all year round but may be closed due to adverse weather conditions. Check website before you go.

Tickets: Access to the Peak Walk is free of charge you pay for the gondola tickets. Tickets cost CHF 80 for adults but you can use use your HalbTax card to reduce the cost to CHF 40. Ticket prices for skiers are CHF 65. 

Website: For more information visit the Peak Walk by Tissot and the Glacier 3000 website here.

Glacier 3000 and The Peak Walk by Tissot

*** Other Places to Visit in Switzerland ***

Mount Rigi – Queen of the Mountains

Zermatt and the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise

A Trip to the Rheinfalls Switzerland

A Trip By Cogwheel Railway to the Top of The Stunning Rochers de Naye

Flying High at the International Balloon Festival Château-d’Oex

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