VERBIER

VERBIER, SWITZERLAND

Location

Verbier, Switzerland is a village in the commune of the Val des Bagnes. It sits between its famous neighbor Chamonix to the west, and the beautiful Aosta Valley to the east. Trips to Montreux, Lausanne and Geneva are just a short journey away.

Getting Here
The nearest international airport is Geneva Airport which offers easy connections to and from Verbier via train, private shuttle or taxi. Regional trains are accessible from Martigney which takes you to the bottom lift station in Le Châble 820mf. From there you can either take the cable car to Verbier 1550m or the easy 20min bus ride.

The Town

Verbier is one of the premier ski resorts in the Swiss Alps. The village is perched in a sun-drenched south-western facing bowl, meaning more bluebird days than any other european ski resort. This picture postcard town offers something for everybody, award winning restaurants, vibrant night life, leisure facilities, day spas, and husky tours. The apres ski scene is not to be missed either, with local and international bands playing in the newly refurbished Farinet.

Verbier has a large international community, all drawn here by the gorgeous weather and incredible skiing, you will hear many people speaking English, German, Italian and Scandinavian languages lending a cosmopolitan vibe that is unique in Alps.

Freeride paradise Verbier

The Skiing

The terrain in Verbier is known worldwide for its off-piste skiing opportunities. People from all parts of globe travel to experience what Verbier has to offer. Thanks to events such as The Verbier Extreme, which is the final stage of the Freeride World Tour, the resort has an enthusiastic following and a huge reputation for its challenging off-piste.

The mountain hosts a verity of itinerary trails, the most famous are Mt Fort and Tortin. Off trail favorites include stairway to heaven or Mt Gele.

The resort also boasts of an impressive accessible 410km of marked runs, with links to the “4 Vallée” resorts of Nendaz, Veysonnaz, La Tzoumaz, and Thyon.