Ski Verbier, Switzerland
Resort Height: 1500m | Highest Lift: 3330m
Blacks: 5 | Reds: 20 | Blues: 19
Verbier dominates the 4 Valleys ski area and is in itself a premium destination for the glitterati. It’s reputation as a top resort is bolstered by the Nissan Xtreme competition, among others, and the fact that you’re almost guaranteed to see some famous faces carving down the pistes in winter. From long and lazy blues to challenging reds and including the fear-inducing runs down Pic Blanc, Verbier has pistes to suit all tastes. But one thing brings it all together – the look of enjoyment on the faces in every après-ski bar in Verbier. Good ski, good après-ski, good night. Try a day over in Verbier – 50% off with the Mont Blanc Unlimited Pass from 6 days*. See below for our Chamonix All Year day trips to Verbier.
View Verbier piste map.
Verbier is well known for excellent off-piste and attracts the Freeride tour every year. To find some of the best off-piste here, hire a local mountain guide and head off the back of Mont Fort. Also, dont miss the Farinet bar for great après-ski with a live band playing every evening and dancing on the tables.
*To ski in Verbier, you’ll need to have minimum 6-day Mont Blanc Unlimited lift pass to benefit from the 50% discount offer, or buy a one-day local pass when you get there. Read more about the Mont Blanc Unlimted pass in our winter guide or go straight to our Chamonix Resort Shop to book now online. You’ll need to present your pass at the ticket desk in Verbier before you can use it on the lifts – go to the desks at Téléphérique du Châble or Verbier Village – and pay 5CHF (Swiss Francs) for the appropriate hands free pass.