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Experience the peaks near Lausanne Switzerland

Situated at the highest point of the Vaudois Alps, less than an hour from the city of Lausanne, lies one of the most spectacular and unique ski destinations that has attracted thousands of adventurous visitors from all over the world due to its exquisite landscape and commanding views.

Glacier 3000 has an array of excellent trails, pristine glaciers, and the only suspension bridge in the world which connects two mountain peaks offering a panoramic view of the canton of Vaud.

You can view all that the mountain has to offer by taking a ride on the highest alpine coaster and experience the ultimate adrenaline rush. Those seeking a one of a kind adventure can opt for a ride on a sled drawn by Nordic dogs, hike, snow-shoeing, peak walking, or ski on the fluffy white slopes.

Visitors can ride a cable car from Col du Pillon up to Botta 3000, the highest restaurant in the region with breathtaking scenery including Eiger, Jungfrau and Matterhorn. This modern architecture designed by Mario Botta, serves an excellent selection of culinary delights featuring the finest regional delicacies and overlooking a sight of majestic peaks and cliffs that make a sensational backdrop during any time of the day.

Steeve Pasche, The Director of Lausanne Tourisme said, “Visiting Glacier 3000 is truly an exhilarating experience, perfect for families or groups of friends wanting to create unforgettable memories in a magnificent setting.”

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