⚠️ IMPORTANT INFORMATION ⚠️ For pedestrian visitors only, the last ski lift from LES FERS back to the resort is at 4pm (16h00) – Make sure to leave LES FERS at 15H40 to be on time!!
not to miss it To access Les Fers please use the Fers-Brion-Aï chairlift.
Where to collect my ski pass?
You will be able to collect your ski pass by showing your printed confirmation ticket and ID at the ticket office of the Leysin – La Berneuse ski gondola, Route du Belvèdère 8, 1854 Leysin. Opening hours: 9am-430pm.
Where to buy pass or tickets?
Tickets and pass still available here
Tickets will be available at the Leysarium’s entrance – CASH ONLY
Where do I collect my festival wristband?
Your festival wristband will be given at night time at the Leysarium from 10pm-2am Thursday, Friday
For night time events tickets, you can directly come to the Leysarium with your pre-sales.
10 CHF ONE RUN 4 PEOPLE IN CAR
FROM 6AM to 00AM PHONE = +41 788757102
*within Leysin village
Where is the festival located?
The festival has 3 locations. All our daytime events (at Les Fers and Bel Air après-ski) are FREE.
Les Fers (12h00 - 16h00) :
Skiers and pedestrians access via chairlift Les Fers-Aï
Bel Air « après-ski » (16h00 - 20h00 Thursday & Friday / 16h - 22h Saturday & Sunday) : Rue du Commerce 49, 1854 Leysin
Leysarium (22h00 - 04h00) :
Bâtiment Service du feu, 1854 Leysin
How to reach Leysin ?
By Plane, Geneva airport is only 1h20 minutes away from Aigle-Leysin and you can get trains directly from the airport to Aigle station - Leysin every 30 minutes. www.cff.ch
Located 20 minutes from the motorway and the European train network, Leysin is easily accessible all year round by either road or rail. By road, Leysin is easily reached using the major Swiss highways - in particular the A9 motorway – if you are coming from Geneva, Basel or even Zurich. Taking the Aigle motorway exit, the well-maintained Col des Mosses road is open all year round and gets you from the valley to the Leysin ski resort in 20 minutes.
By rail, Leysin and its 4 stations are reached in less than 20 minutes by a cog train which departs from Aigle train station. Located on the transalpine railway, the Aigle station is served regularly by the national and international rail network. In winter, the TGV (Lyria) stops at Aigle on its way from Paris. www.ouisncf.com