See our Ski Pass Prices guide for ski pass price comparisons and our Lift Pass Prices guide for summer lift pass price comparisons. For a detailed explanation of the different ski passes available, read on.
There are a number of different ski passes available in Verbier. Prices vary according to your age, group size, duration, the area(s) you wish to ski and the time of year. Planning ahead can help you make the most of your Verbier ski holiday and hopefully save you some money too. However, if you are planning on having lessons, then it is also worth checking with your ski school beforehand to be sure that you buy the correct pass for your classes.
|Which Ski Pass to buy in Verbier|
|Adult Pass||An adult pass is for people born between 1956 and 1994, approx. 25-63yrs|
|Junior Pass||A junior pass is for people born between 1995 and 2004, approx. 15-24 years|
|Child Pass||A child pass is for children born between 2005 and 2012, approx. 7-14 years (free for children 6 years and under)|
|4 Vallées Pass||This full area pass gives you access to four neighbouring valleys which make up the largest ski area in Switzerland|
|Verbier Pass||This is a local area pass which includes the Verbier, Bruson and La Tzoumaz/Savoleyres ski areas|
The main Ski Pass Office is at the Médran cable car and the staff there can advise you on the best pass for your stay. Cards for three days or more are of the ‘hands-free’ magnetic variety and cost an initial 5 CHF which is non-refundable, but the cards are rechargeable on subsequent visits. You can also buy your ski pass online and have it sent to your home address, or collect it from the Médran cash desk once you arrive in resort.