Largest ski area entirely in Switzerland
Situated in a natural mountain reserve, the 4 Vallées ski area is made up of Verbier, Bruson, La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon, six resorts that blend in perfectly together. Altogether, there are a total of 410 km of ski runs and freeride routes in the winter, and hundreds of kilometres of hiking and mountain biking routes during the summer. To crown it all, there is the Mont-Fort, perched at over 3,300 m and easily accessible. The breathtaking 360° panoramic view includes the most imposing peaks in the Alps: the Matterhorn, the Dent Blanche, the Grand Combin and the Mont-Blanc, to name but a few. Discover this magical place, whether on skis, from the zip line or at dawn, to watch the sun rise. An experience not to be missed!
Get ready to experience an amazing season from November until the end of April thanks to the altitude and the exceptional snowmaking facilities. The short break in May just gives you time to get your breath back before the resort opens again in June, welcoming fans of nature, hiking and exhilarating descents in the Verbier bikepark.
Pleasure multiplied by six
The 4 Vallées is not just a ski area. It’s six resorts, all linked to each other, each with its own style and atmosphere. Take your pick between cosmopolitan Verbier, traditional Bruson, natural La Tzoumaz, family-friendly Nendaz, convivial Veysonnaz or original Thyon. There is something for everyone and whichever you choose, your holiday will be unforgettable.
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A 360° panorama at the top of the Mont-Fort
Picture yourself up at 3,330 m, breathing in pure air and facing an absolutely breathtaking view. You are surrounded by many impressive peaks, such as the Matterhorn, the Dent d’Hérens, the Grand Combin and the Mont-Blanc, which you can admire from the Mont-Fort platform. And don’t forget the amazing experiences that await you up there.
Expert skiers can tackle the black run, which, depending on the conditions, is either buried under a layer of powdery snow or covered in well-shaped bumps.
Those in a more pensive mood can simply enjoy the panorama, clear and pure in the winter and ablaze with flamboyant colours at sunrise in the summer. Thrill-seekers can zoom down the Mont 4 Zipline, the highest in Europe, or, accompanied by a mountain guide, they can tackle either one of the Backside Mont-Fort routes on skis or go along the Via Cordata to reach the summit.