For the past few days, the Verbier area has been covered in snow, creating a wintry white setting. The first snowfalls have taken place and herald the start of the 2022/2023 winter season!
Everything is coming together for the launch of this season. Thanks to the snowfall in recent weeks and the snow cover generated mechanically, we can open the Lac des Vaux piste from this Friday, 11 November under excellent conditions.
The first skiers to arrive on Friday morning will get a free coffee and croissant. There is a 20% discount on the 1-day ski pass for the Verbier sector.
We will open the Attelas-Ruinettes sector as soon as the weather allows.
Below are the opening times for the ski lifts and pistes which will be open from Friday:
- Le Châble- Verbier cable car from 5.15am to 11.50pm
- The Médran 2 cable car from 8.45am to 4.15pm (Friday, 11 November only)
- Funispace from 8.50am to 4pm (ski area access, pistes closed)
- The Lac des Vaux 1 ski lift and the Lac des Vaux ski slope from 9am to 4pm
The Barnes Lines cable car will be open on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 November, from 8.45am to 4.15pm.
For the rest of November, the ski area will be open on weekends (Saturday and Sunday). Daily opening is planned from 3 December. The Médran (Verbier) and Châble ticket offices are open from Monday to Sunday. Find all information regarding opening and times by clicking here.
Not to be missed:
To see in the start of the winter season, the Opening Session event is making a comeback on Saturday, 3 December 2022! What is the concept? Come and ski on St. Nicholas Day. For all those coming to ski dressed in a costume and registered in advance, the price of skiing for the day is set at CHF 5.-.
A free train will run from Geneva to Le Châble, stopping at the main towns along the way. This year, registrations will be limited and will be carried out directly on the website of Verbier 4Vallées.
Part of the amount collected for the ski passes will be donated to the “Theodora Foundation”. Its aim is to offer moments of laughter and escape to children who are hospitalised or have disabilities.