I'm planning to stay a night at Leysin and travel to Les Diablerets for a visit with my 2 kids (aged 9 & 12) and with my sister. What are the 'not to be missed' things to do there?
I will be there probably around 15 Dec. We won't be skiing. I hope that the kids can do some fun in the snow activities though as we are from Malaysia.
I will be in Les Diablerets for a few days (May 15, 16, 17) and I want to do an overnight hike. Primitive camping with a tent is preferred (if it is possible), municipal campgrounds are my second choice, and staying at a Git/pension is my third.
Depending on the amount of up/down during hiking I can probably do 15 km per day?
So does anybody know of a day-hike in -> camping -> day-hike out around Les Diablerets?
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