verbier ski resort
You can now ski from Mont Gelé (3023m) right down to the resort (1532m ... STAY AND RIDE Special offer Accommodation + Ski pass Verbier - 4 Vallées from CHF 115.- per person for 1 night + 1 day Come enjoy the snow and sun and ride across the Verbier – 4 Vallées ski area.
At the centre of the Four Valleys, one of the largest ski areas in Europe, Verbier has everything a top-class winter-sports resort should have. The chalet-style village perches atop a sunwashed plateau and provides views of the majestic mountain peaks.
Verbier is the main resort of the 4 Vallees ski area, which includes Thyon, Veysonnaz and Nendaz. Together, they offer over 410 kilometres of ski runs and 93 ski lifts, all covered in one lift pass.
Verbier Ski Resort. When we say big, we mean it. Your lift ticket is honored at the Four Valleys’ 90 lifts, serving over 250 miles of ski runs. You could ski at this sprawling resort network for a week and never ski the same run twice.
Verbier is one of the most renowned ski resorts in the world. Luxury ski chalets and weekend breaks.
The largest ski domain on Swiss soil, it features an access point, the Medran Gondola, just steps from W Verbier Ski Resort. Perched at an altitude of 1,500 meters, the hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access.
At first glance, Verbier is a rambling collection of wooden chalets in a sun-kissed meadow 1500m up a mountainside, but despite rustic appearances the village is a purpose built ski resort which before 1925 was little more than summer pasture.
Verbier is recognised as one of the world’s premier alpine resorts, a mecca for ski enthusiasts wanting to push themselves to the limit. With over 410km of varied terrain, and a lot more to discover ‘off-piste’, Verbier really is the King of Alpine Resorts.
Verbier is the main resort in Switzerland’s largest ski area, the 4 Valleys. Thanks to the combination of a sunny, scenic location, exciting terrain and a lively nightlife, it has long attracted ...
Verbier is a village located in south-western Switzerland in the canton of Valais. It is a holiday resort and ski area in the Swiss Alps and is recognised as one of the premiere backcountry ski resorts in the world. Some areas are covered with snow all year.