A modern resort built in traditional chalet style, Verbier is without a doubt one of Europe’s best ski destinations. With incredible skiing, a vibrant nightlife and breathtaking mountains, there’s no shortage of things to do.
Since Verbier boasts some of the most challenging skiing in the Alps, a lot of the slopes are better suited for intermediate and advanced skiers, but don’t panic: there are slopes appropriate for rookies as well. The après ski and nightlife are as good as the skiing itself, so after a hard day on the slopes, get ready to party even harder.
Why take the ski lifts with everyone else when you can take a private helicopter to untouched snow where you will be the only one speeding down the slopes to the bottom — where you will be met with jealous eyes
The Milk Bar
It may seem simple, but the famous hot chocolate from the Milk Bar is not to be missed after a day out on the cold slopes. Just ask any Verbier visitor.
A great restaurant for regional dishes. You can bring a toboggan with you on the lift, then, after your warming meal, take your toboggan for a ride back down the slopes. Not your average commute.
Paraglide off the slopes for the best views of the mountains. Pick out the quietest slopes for your afternoon of in-the-know skiing.
Hire a qualified pro and ski the back side of Mont Fort, a fantastic freeski paradise that will take you through Verbier’s back country terrain.