Verbier, Nendaz, La Tzoumaz, Veysonnaz
The famous Quatre Vallées are without doubt one of the highlights in the life of a skier. Offering 412 km of downhill slopes, among which 200 km are considered medium-steep to steep. The "Four Valleys" is also a mecca for off-piste skiing. In the heart of the valley is also the Mont Fort, at an altitude of 3330 m above sea level, also called the peak of pleasure. Do not miss the track of 15 km with a total descent of 2,500 m! The season begins with the first snow and ends in late April.
The localities of the area are Verbier, Nendaz, Veysonnaz and La Tzoumaz.
Nendaz, at 1350 m altitude, is situated on a high plateau and offers a beautiful view over the Rhone Valley and the massifs of the Alps of the Bernese and Waldenses. The most important places in the Quatre Vallées display more than 1000 years of history, and there are numerous historical monuments testify to this rich heritage. This contrasts greatly with the fact that Nendaz is a ski resort with a modern infrastructure with 30 restaurants, 10 cafes and bars, as well as numerous shops and cultural facilities. Before you go out on the town, we recommend one of the many restaurants to try regional specialties like raclette and fondue.
On the hills of Zion, Haute Nendaz is an open door to an area that includes the resorts of Verbier and Veysonnaz. Haute Nendaz is not only an access point; the resort has its own identity and the skiers who do not want to pay the high ticket price for access to the 400 km of track of the 4 Vallées can ski on only one part at a reduced price.
Is in an ideal location, at 1500 m. altitude, on a terrace in the winter sun. It features cottage-style houses whih give the place the charm of a typical mountain village.
The Val de Bagnes
With an area of nearly 300 km ², Bagnes is the largest municipality of Switzerland. Val de Bagnes groups twenty-three typical villages which complement the offering from Verbier.
In winter, if you seek peace, you will be conquered by these authentic villages, which also offer a range of accommodation and traditional restaurants within reach of all budgets.
From the valley there is easy access to Verbier or the small family resort of Bruson.
In summer, hundreds of miles of trails are offered to walkers and mountain bikers. These paths allow you to discover the picturesque villages of the Val de Bagnes, they all have their own charm and their own special features and provide many curiosities: the Museums of Châble, Bruson dairy, Lourtier and the home of the glaciers, the mill and sawmill at Sarreyer, Mauvoisin and the highest arch dam in Europe.