at a glance...

412km of pistes
1500m resort height
2hrs transfer time
Intermediates & experts great for
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Verbier Ski Breaks - Overview

A chalet-style village boasting awe-inspiring views and an impressive location across a sunny south-facing bowl, Verbier has managed to steal the hearts of millions of skiers, including ours, over the years. Verbier is an international favourite destination for short ski breaks, long weekends and in fact full on seasons thanks to its combination of challenging skiing and extensive off-piste terrain, paired with an exciting après scene and an unmistakable Swiss glamour.

Although ski holidays in Verbier are especially popular with advanced skiers and extreme snowboarders, its close proximity to Geneva also makes it a standout option for an extra special ski weekend. This fashionable resort exudes a cosmopolitan atmosphere with an abundance of high-end boutiques and an expansive choice of cafes, restaurants and bars to suit all tastes.

Skiing in the resort

We recommend Verbier for intermediate to advanced skiers, as it's renowned for its challenging slopes and is home to some of the most extensive and varied off-piste itineraries in the world, many of which require a guide. Whilst there's an adequate selection of black runs, the red runs here are often enough to satisfy any advanced skier. The ski area is also infamous for the thrilling mogul fields of Tortin...just let your quads rest at the bottom.

Whilst Verbier certainly has a reputation as an advanced skiers paradise, beginners and intermediates, or those travelling with a mixed ability group should not be put off. There are some great, sunny nursery slopes, as well as gentle, long runs in the Savoleyres area just north-west of the village, perfect for intermediates.

Verbier forms part of the 4 Valleys ski area with access to 412km of well-groomed pistes which extend across the neighbouring resorts of Siviez, Nendaz and Veysonnaz-Thyon, providing plenty of space to explore no matter how long your ski trip.

Après ski in Verbier

Consistently voted one of the best resorts for après-ski in Europe, Verbier attracts flocks of thrill-seekers and party-goers each season. With a number of popular spots on the mountain and back in resort, the village really comes alive after dark with countless bars, pubs, discos and clubs to satisfy any type of après lover – from a relaxed beer after the day’s skiing to dancing the night away until dawn. Try the Pub Mont Fort and the Farinet as your first ports of call. Dining in Verbier is also a delight, with a range of restaurants and cuisines, from Michelin-starred establishments and traditional Swiss fare to gastro pubs and reasonably priced pizzerias

Best for...

  • Après
  • Short transfer
  • Short breaks
  • Foodies
Accommodation in Verbier

We've picked out some of our favourite hotels in Verbier to ensure your stay is both convenient and ticks all the boxes when it comes to the comforts of home. All the hotels we feature are either in the centre of the resort or within an easy walking distance, ranging from more modest three-star properties to something a little more glamorous to give you the full Verbier experience. All our hotels here are booked on a bed & breakfast basis, giving you the freedom to get out and sample the diverse dining options of the resort.

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4* Experimental Chalet
4* Experimental Chalet

Centrally located above the Farm Club, the Experimental Chalet offers 39 lovely rooms and suites, as well as a spa and wellness centre.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Fireplace
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Wifi
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4* Hotel Le Vanessa
4* Hotel Le Vanessa

Stay in the central 4-star Hotel Le Vanessa. B&B or Half Board options available, as well as an intimate spa/wellness area & free shuttle service.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Fireplace
  • Sauna
  • Wifi
  • Ski lockers
More info

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The resort
Resort height - 1,500m
Highest point - 3,330m

Ski area4 Vallees - 412km of piste

Sunny south facing bowl so you can enjoy the sun pretty much all day long. Varied terrain but best suited to confident skiers and boarders.

Blue runs 39%
Red runs 44%
Black runs 17%

Lifts - 92

Season length - December to April

Resort ratings
Beginners - 2/5
Intermediates - 3/5
Experts - 5/5
Snowboarders - 3/5
Families - 3/5
Après - 5/5
Eating out - 4/5
Scenery - 4/5

Cross-country skiing | hand gliding | heliskiing | ice climbing | ice hockey | ice karting | indoor golf | moonlit tours | paragliding | snowshoeing | tobogganing | winter hiking | night skiing

Transfer time
Geneva - 1 hour 45 minutes

Verbier 4 Vallees area lift pass
3 day lift pass from £179
6 day lift pass from £299

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