410 kilometres of slopes and 90 ski lifts: the 4 Vallées ski resort in Verbier (Valais) is the largest of its kind to be located entirely in Switzerland. And if we add to this the quality of snow cover and exceptional sunshine, we can easily understand why Verbier is now regarded as one of the premier Alpine resorts, frequented by a number of celebrities.
1 subscription, 4 valleys, 410 kilometres of slopes
A single subscription allows you to use the slopes of Verbier, and also the slopes of La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon. Endowed with endless possibilities, the resort offers an infinite number of slopes, ranging from nursery slopes to black runs, suited to both skiers and snowboarders, beginners and experts. Two heliports also allowheli-skiing.
The highest point in the area, the Mont-Fort Glacier, at 3,300 metres, offers a stunning view of the Matterhorn, Grand Combin, and the entire Swiss Alp range to Mont-Blanc (in France).
Several restaurants are located on the slopes, where you can dine whilst admiring the viewfrom the terrace. This is particularly true of the Carlsberg (Attelas slopes), 1936 (Ruinettes), Croix-de-Cœur Pass (between Verbier and La Tzoumaz), Savoleyres and Etablons (La Tzoumaz) restaurants.
- The conditions are particularly favourable from December to April, and even from November to May in some areas.
- Open from 8.45 am to 4.30 pm (be careful about connections).
- The ski lifts offer different types of subscriptions and ski passes, depending on the age and requirements of users.
> More information on the Les 4 Vallées ski area's website