With more than 400 km of pistes across the 4 Vallées ski area, there’s certainly a lot to enjoy. We can give you advice on daily piste and snow conditions, and we can also help you find the best places to have lunch on the pistes depending on your route. Our team will make sure that your skis are ready from the moment you wake up. Ask the recetpion desk about booking a ski instructor for yourselves or ski lessons for your children. Passes for Verbier and the 4 Vallées can be purchased at the reception desk.
Do you literally like to get off the beaten track? If so, Verbier is the perfect place for an unforgettable off-piste skiing experience. Ask the reception desk about the off-piste routes and to book a mountain guide.
If you snowboard, you’re sure to love the pistes in Verbier. Lying at the foot of the Bec des Rosses and facing the Grand Combin, the ski area also has a large snowpark and a boardercross slope to challenge young and old alike.
Verbier has a strong reputation for heliskiing. Just for experienced skiers, we can organise a great day with a guide for a trip in a helicopter to discover the surrounding peaks. You and your high peak guide will be taken by helicopter to the Grand Combin massif or the Trient glacier. After enjoying the peace and quiet of the peak, twist and a turn through pure, powdery, untainted snow in an unforgettable descent towards the resort.
Want to escape the crowds? If so, why not try cross-country skiing? Put on some comfortable shoes and light skis, and go and enjoy the peace and quiet. Choose between the areas of La Fouly, Champex-Lac or Champsec, or perhaps on the nearest piste located between the Ruinettes and La Chaux.
If you want to explore the mountains in a different way, ski touring may be right for you. You’ll be able to stick to the pistes or set off on a more adventurous trail. It’s the perfect way to escape the crowds and enjoy nature.
If you enjoy snowshoeing, 33 routes of all different levels await you in Verbier. To discover untouched, hidden places, enquire about a touring guide. And if you’re looking for something even more extreme, seek a high-altitude mountain guide.