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Car Parking in Verbier

Discover & book the top Verbier car-parks

Car Parking in Verbier

In summer you'll probably find it easier to find a space to park your car in Verbier. In winter, a covered or underground parking spot is the ideal place to leave your vehicle as it will save you all the hassle of digging it out after a snowfall, scraping your windows and trying to start a frozen car.

However, parking in ski resorts can be tight and so you’ll more than likely end up leaving your car outside.

A few things to remember:

  • Park facing downhill and turn your wheels towards the kerb to act as a brake.
  • Leave your car in gear with the handbrake off as it can freeze and you can snap the cabling.
  • Lift the windscreen wipers away from the window so that they don’t stick to the glass and get damaged. If there has been heavy snowfall, clear the snow from your windscreen by hand rather that with your wipers – the weight of the snow can be deceptive and you’ll probably just end up burning out your wiper motor. You certainly don’t want to be without functioning windscreen wipers in winter with all the salt from the roads that sprays over your car.
  • Remember where you parked! – this sounds stupid, but it can be very hard to identify your car under a metre of snow!

Car parks

It is forbidden to park along all resort streets and the local police definitely enforce this, especially during the winter season months. To avoid the annoying (and somewhat hefty) fines, it is better to park in one of the resort’s designated parking areas. There are four paying grounds and one free parking area.

Also see: Car Hire Verbier

Free parking

In Verbier itself parking is restricted and there are very few places you can park for free. The free bus service means that you can get around resort without your car. 

Further down the valley in Le Chable you will find a few free outdoor car parks. These car parks are extremely convenient for the Le Chable cable car which takes you up to Verbier in less than 10 minutes for access to the resort and skiing. There are 4 car parks in total in Le Chable:

  • P1 - 418 places, at the bottom of the cable car, Free long stay from 6am to 12pm.
  • P2- 184 places, on Route de Montagnier, Free long stay car park.
  • P3+P4 - 290 places, on Route de Mauvosin, Free long stay from 6am to 12pm. 

During the interseason all the car parks in Verbier are free of charge. 

Also see: Car Hire Verbier

Outdoor parking

There are a number of outdoor paid car parks, most of them are ticketed car parks so you pay on departure at the ticket machine with either cash, debit or credit card. 

  • Perin Car Park - 425 places, first 24 hours free then 5 CHF per day, on Chemin de Plan Pra
  • Catogne Car Park - 104 places, first hour free then 1.50CHF per hour, on Chemin de la Croix
  • Ermitage Car Park - 100 places, 1hr free then 1.50CHF every 30 minutes, 1CHF per 30 minutes between 12 and 1.30pm, between 7pm and 4am 1.50 CHF, on Route de Verbier
  • Rue du Centre Sportif - 28 places, first hour free then 1.50CHF per hour (paid by a parking meter)
  • Centre Sportif - First 24 hours free then 5CHF per day, by the sports centre

There is a free parking shuttle that will take you round Verbier making it more convenient for you to get to and from your car. They run every 10-20 minutes from 8.30am in the morning until 7pm at night.

Season tickets are available for the Catogne and Perin car parks for 300CHF and run from the 1st of December to the 30th of April. 

Also see: Car Hire Verbier

Disabled parking

There are a few spots of disabled access parking in and around Verbier. The spaces are predominantly found close to the ski lifts, the main public car parks and tourist information centres.

In both Verbier and Le Chable in most of the outdoor car parks you will find reserved disabled parking spots. It is always best to check the access before parking. 

Also see: Car Hire Verbier

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