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Verbier, once a quiet farming village, is now one of the Alps top ski resorts. The high altitude location combines an impressive ski terrain with a great choice of restaurants, après ski, nightclubs and shops. Verbier ski chalets and hotels are equally impressive offering the best in luxury accommodation.


A great ski resort for all abilities, there are plenty of slopes to satisfy beginner and intermediate skiers. Advanced skiers will find plenty on offer and will get the most out of the resort by hiring a guide. Plus there is some of the best off-piste in the world and accessible heli-skiing.

The short transfer from Geneva, makes it a very accessible resort and a popular choice for weekend skiers.


By choosing to stay in one of our luxury ski chalets in Verbier, you get to experience all this wonderful resort has to offer.


  • High altitude location
  • Impressive ski terrain, a great resort for all abilities
  • Some of the best off-piste in world
  • Access to some amazing heli-skiing
  • Short transfer time
  • Plenty of restaurants, bars and nightlife on offer

Skiing in Verbier:

The ski area offers some of Europe’s most challenging ski and boarding terrain. The neighboring resorts of Veysonnaz, Nendaz and Thyon form the massive area that is known as 4 Vallées. There are 95 lifts that link to offer 412 km of piste skiing, and boundless areas of off-piste. At 3330m, the Mont-Fort is a spectacular sight, with a steep descent that is not for the faint hearted.


The off-piste is considered some of the best in the world and the heli-skiing some of the most accessible in Europe.


Ski Facts for Verbier and the 4 Vallees:


  • Over 410km of ski slopes
  • It is made up of the resorts: Verbier-La Tzoumaz, Versonnaz, Nendaz, and Thyon
  • 92 ski lifts
  • Largest skiing domain in Switzerland
  • It has 412km of pistes
  • There is the Swatch Snow Park

Our top tips:

Try heli-skiing 2 days after fresh snowfall; the dream day of fresh tracks skiing.


Check the diary of events when deciding when to visit – there are some great incentives to be in here for certain weekends. Free-ride ski competitions and celebrity DJs add to the lively atmosphere.


To get the best from this resort, an off-piste guide is strongly recommended.


Whilst not known for its choice of Michelin starred food, there has been a move towards more contemporary dining. Plenty of Swiss fayre, with Fondue, Raclette and Potence are available in many traditional eateries.



Old school chintz at The Farm (love it or hate it, it’s been there since champagne and skiing became firm friends). New school bling at the Public Club.


And the Farinet, followed by the Casbah for a ‘wheels off’ night out.

Nearest airports:

Geneva: 1 hour 45 minutes

Sion: 45 minutes



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