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Best Ski Areas in Verbier

Discover the best of the Verbier ski area

About the Verbier 4 Valleys Ski Area

Verbier and the 4 Valleys ski area is the biggest ski area in Switzerland, with 410km of linked pistes accessed by 93 ski lifts. The ski terrain starts at 1250m and tops out at 3330m at the summit of Mont Fort. 

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The whole ski area has 35 blue pistes, 39 red pistes, 14 black pistes, a snowpark, a handful of cross-country ski and winter walking trails and an incredible array of off-piste opportunities. The skiing in and around Verbier can be broken up into 4 areas, namely: Verbier, La Tzoumaz/Savoleyres, Bruson and Mont Fort/4 Valleys (see the piste maps). 

Its enormous ski area and varied terrain attracts skiers and snowboarders from around the globe and offers something for every level of skiers and snowboarder, from complete beginners to extreme freeride and professionals skiers as well as ski mountaineers. 

Verbier ski area

A popular resort, not only for its great piste skiing and challenging off-piste but Verbier has a (well-deserved) reputation for apres ski and nightlife. Loved by the rich and famous, this Swiss ski area hs something for everyone from beginner skiers and families, right through to the more advanced skiers and snowboarders.

Read more in our guide to the Verbier ski area.

Mont Fort & 4 Valleys ski area

Mont Fort marks the highest point in the 4 Valleys ski area at 3,330 metres and the Mont Fort sector of the 4 Valleys ski area offers, without a doubt, the largest array of easily reachable advanced/expert terrain of any ski resort in the Alps. 

Read more in our guide to the Mont Fort & 4 Valleys ski area.

La Tzoumaz & Savoleyres ski area

Popular with beginners and families this area is situated just to lookers left of the Verbier ski resort. Offering some good tree skiing this area is also known for having one of the longest sled runs in the Swiss Alps.

Read more in our guide to the La Tzoumaz & Savoleyres ski area.

Bruson ski area

A great place for bad weather skiing as well as some fun off-piste the Bruson ski area sit directly opposite Verbier across the valley. Accessed by gondola from the Le Chable area in the bottom of the valley this small area is just as easy to reach as Verbier.

Read more in our guide to the Bruson ski area.

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Take a look at this year's Ski Pass Prices or, if you're not sure which pass to buy, read Ski Pass Options for more information. Find your way around with Piste Maps for Verbier.

Location: Verbier Region

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