SKI VERBIER

An attractive, modern resort that has kept its charm and traditional style village, offering a wide choice of exclusive luxury chalets. Verbier is without doubt one of Europe’s top ski resorts offering some of the best luxury chalets in Europe. The village lies in a sunny, south-facing bowl with stunning views of the magnificent surrounding peaks. Verbier is the largest and most cosmopolitan resort of the “4 Vallées” Valais ski region, linking with five resorts; Verbier, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, Thyon & La Tzoumaz. These resorts are tied into one single pass which offers you one of the largest skiable areas in the Alps. Read more

Verbier has something for everyone, facilities for children, shopping, action-packed adventures, fabulous après-ski, pampering, fine dining and a superb choice of luxury ski chalets!

Region

Four Valleys

Altitude

1,500 m

Highest Peak

Mont Fort 3,300m

Ski Terrain

The Four Valleys consists of 410km marked runs, of which 100km are local to Verbier.

Number of runs in the full area;
39 Blue runs
42 Red runs
19 Black runs

Cross Country: 40km

Closest Airport

Sion 45 minutes, Geneva 2 ½ hours
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There is more to a luxury ski holiday than snowy mountains, skiing until your legs go numb, bouncing around in your ski boots at an après-ski hot spot, and devouring the delicious dishes that can be found across the Alps. Many ski resorts are now hosting festivals the Alps throughout the season, welcoming mountain and music lovers to the various forms of entertainment in som...

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Bedrooms are often a feature that gets ignored when you are choosing a chalet for your next luxury ski holiday. Why is that? A bedroom is often where you will spend the majority of your time whilst in the chalet so we thought it best to highlight a few of the best ones. Elegantly unique and exquisite bedrooms that can be found in Ultimate Luxury Chalets all over the Alps.

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