After the post bus climbs and twists around more than 16 serpentine turns, you will finally arrive in Verbier. Planned in châlet-style architecture more than 65 years ago, it is Switzerland’s only purpose-built resort. Over the years, it has become a highly active and very popular ski area attracting young skiers from all over, especially the UK. It’s compactly developed making it easy for those who flock here to get to lifts, ski shops, cafés, the sports center, bars, late night clubs, or wherever by foot or the free buses.

Verbier sits at the bottom of a bowl dominated by Mont-Fort and Monte-Gélé. In the midst of ‘Les 4 Vallées,’ it has just an incredible amount of skiing! There are 245 miles of trails serviced by 95 lifts including the recent ‘Chondola’ a gondola-chair combo between La Chaux and Les Ruinettes, a new six seater at La Chaux, a 30 person high speed gondola above Medran and the 150 passenger Mont-Fort cable car. The many experts take their chances on Monte-Gélé or Lac des Vaux. Those finishing Tortin’s 3,000-foot vertical of bumps have a gondola or cable car to whisk tired bodies back to Verbier. Intermediates are happy at Ruinettes or Savoleyres. Débutants can begin just above the village. The more adventurous can ski a day in Chamonix or Courmayeur or try the ‘Super St. Bernard’ to Italy. In April, the most experienced can do the four day haute route to Zermatt or Chamonix.

  • Twilight over Verbier.
  • Lift at Verbier.
  • Slope and chalets at Verbier.

Gateway City: Geneva
Transfer Time: 2.5 hours
Via: 1st & 2nd Class Rail


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Hotels in Verbier


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Verbier is a resort that has been transformed in the past few years compliments of some new top quality hotels being built starting with the châlet d’Adrien.  Then came the truimvirate; the Nevai, Cordée des Alpes and the W.  The Cordée Des Alpes opened in 2012 and is top rated in town.  It has twenty guest rooms and twelve apartments so families or groups of friends can easily be accommodated.  its architecture is modern rustic, chalet-style with weathered reclaimed wood and stone, some apartments have fireplaces and baths are slate.  There’s a collection of antique mountaineering equipment from the 1850s.  The Cinq Mondes spa has a large elegant pool with mountain views.  To top off a stay, the restaurant adds accolades to Verbier’s reputation of four decades of fine dining.

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  • Exterior of Le Chalet D'Adrien at Verbier.
  • Terrace at Le Chalet D'Adrien at Verbier.
  • Pool in Le Chalet D'Adrien at Verbier.
  • Room in Le Chalet D'Adrien at Verbier.


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When the Châlet d’Adrien opened in 2001 Verbier’s hotel dynamics increased several notches. The luxurious 29-room jewel brought a new and higher dimension to the resort’s accommodations. Brigitte de Turckheim and husband Eric Cachart also own Verbier’s new Châlet de Flore and the Loire Valley’s Château de Curzay. Chef Mirto Marchesi oversees Le Grenier, the gourmet restaurant and Table d’Adrien, serving local specialties. Complimenting the hotel’s ski-in panoramas, the spacious, pine-paneled bedrooms include all our creature comforts. To further calm body and mind, they pamper guests with the hydrotherapy spa, hamman, sauna, whirlpool, and an infinity pool. Your idyllic week can end with a final night at Geneva’s rather exotic Hotel Eastwest.

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