Verbier

Verbier

About the Resort

With the most spectacular mountain views in the Alps, the Verbier piste map is renowned for being a freerider’s paradise.  Where else can you see both the Mont Blanc and Grand Combin to the south on one day, then see the Matterhorn from the top of Mont Fort Glacier on another?  A

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Verbier makes up part of the 4 Vallées – Nendaz, Thyon, La Tzoumaz and Veysonnaz; the largest ski area to be found in the whole of Switzerland.  It suits skiers of all levels, with a massive 410km  Read More…

When you’re looking at Verbier ski accommodation, you will find lots of variety to choose from.  These vary from apartments, catered and self-catered chalets, and hotels. Read More…

A definite snowsure location, for Verbier weather-wise, you’ll find an average of four snow days per week and all-day sunshine.  For snowfall, Verbier has an average of 35cm of snowfall per week Read More…

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

Highlights

+ Amazing resort for experts, superb itineraries

+ Huge linked ski area if you want to reach Thyon at the far end

+ Sizeable, animated village in a sunny, panoramic setting

+ Lively, varied nightlife and some great après ski

Things to think about

– Some areas can get overcrowded and powder gets tracked fast

– The lift system doesn’t link up completely in places

– Some long, hilly walks from accommodation to lifts in places

– Expensive bars and restaurants

Ski Passes

Adult

69.00 CHF

128.00 CHF

189.00 CHF

244.50 CHF

284.00 CHF

294.50 CHF

ski passes

Child

34.50 CHF

64.00 CHF

95.00 CHF

122.50 CHF

142.00 CHF

147.50 CHF

What's Included

– Prices for Verbier sector only.
– Prices vary day to day, to get exact price check online at https://www.easyverbier.com/en/
– Child prices are 2006-2013
– 6 Day Junior price (1996-2005) 250.50 CHF
– The Verbier sector gives you access to its high-altitude slopes with guaranteed snow cover from November until the end of April.
– It also includes the resorts of La Tzoumaz and Bruson, offering a wide range of slopes ranging from blue to black.
– Mont-Gelé, the resort’s highest peak standing at an altitude of 3,000 metres, is part of the many secured freeride routes.

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Ski Area
410km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

35 Runs
39 Runs
14 Runs
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

3330m
1500m
1500m
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89

Lifts

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2

Snow

Park

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€294

Ski Pass

6 Days

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12 January ’20
29 April ’21
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Ice rink
Swimming pool
Jacuzzi, sauna
Climbing wall
Squash courts

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Tolls

€96.10
Nearest Airport Icon

Genveve 2hr 162km

Nearest Airport

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850km 8hr 50min

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