On route to Verbier you will pass through Le Chable, a small village found below the main resort. You will be blown away by the tranquil settings and spectacular views of the mountains. You will also see the Verbier accommodation in the form many wooden chalets which built prior 1920’s which add much of the character to the resort.
Once you have arrived at your chalet in Verbier, you will want to sort your lift pass and ski equipment out before the queues grow. It’s then time to head to the slopes for the first run of your holiday!
Skiing for everyone in Verbier
Whatever your standard of skiing Verbier has it all. The most popular area for beginners is the slope ‘Les Esserts’ here you will find a fantastic area to learn to ski. There are less daunting lifts in the shape of a magic carpet and a button lift. Here you can become comfortable before venturing out around the rest of the mountain. This area can be accessed with a short shuttle bus from the resort itself. Once you have found your ‘ski feet’, it will be time to discover the rest of the mountain. With over 43% of Verbier’s slopes suitable for beginners, it makes this resort a great choice for learners. The rest of the mountains ski runs cater for the more proficient skier or snowboarder. With over 400km of ski runs to explore, not to mention the glorious off-piste makes this a popular resort for all levels and ages to visit.
The mountains are south facing so on the days with no clouds you will enjoy full days of sun. Whist out skiing you can see views of the Italian and French borders which you can see from the highest parts of the mountain. The majority of visitors to Verbier in the winter season come for the skiing or snowboarding. There are but, yet a few people who come to relax and enjoy their luxury chalet in Verbier. Which come with jacuzzis, spas, swimming pools and a professional host and chef to look after your every need. There are a variety of mountain walks and other activities available which you can discover at your enjoyment.