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Verbier: Insider Ski & Snowboard Tips
At an altitude of between 1,103 metres and 3,300 metres, the Verbier ski area is always one of the first in Switzerland to open for the season.
The 4 Vallées links Verbier, La Tzoumaz and Bruson as well as Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon. The highest point of the ski area is the Mont-Fort Glacier (at 3,330m) from which there are panoramic views towards the Matterhorn and Mont-Blanc massif. The area is perfect for all levels of skier: beginners will be happy on thegently sloping sunny pistes within the resort, while seasoned skiers will enjoy tearing down the pistes and legendary marked freeride trails.
By Car: Geneva: 1h50, Zurich: 3h00, Milano: 3h00
By Public Transport: Geneva: 2h50, Zurich: 4h20, Milano: 3h50
Verbier: Apres & Nightlife
Recognised the world over for its electrifying and cosmopolitan nightlife, Verbier is proud of its bustling clubs and legendary après-ski events. After a great day on the slopes, you can enjoy the resort’s famous estab- lishments like the Pub Mont-Fort, the Fer à Cheval and the Off-Shore, not forgetting Le Rouge, Le Mouton Noir, the Off-Piste bar at the W Hotel, as well as concerts at Farinet Après-Ski.
Afterwards, get your taste buds tingling with either an authentic, tasty Bagnes raclette or by reserving a table at one of the resort’s many cele-brated restaurants: La Table d’Adrien, La Cordée, La Grange, Vie Montagneor the W Kitchen.
Then, the party continues at the Farm Club – a Verbier institution for more than 40 years. And let’s not forget the Étoile, Farinet South and the Casbah,which will keep you dancing till the morning light.