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Le Châble-Verbier now considered public transport!


Great news! Getting to Verbier by cable car has just got even easier! 

From December 12 2021, the Le Châble - Verbier cable car will be considered as public transport. This means that the cable cars will run from 5.15 am until 11.50 pm from Monday to Sunday, and as well as that, you can use your Half Fare and GA travelcards on this route.


Route Normal Half fare
Single ticket
Le Châble-Verbier 6 CHF 3 CHF
Verbier-Le Châble 6 CHF  3 CHF
Return ticket
Le Châble-Verbier 12 CHF 6 CHF
Verbier-Le Châble 12 CHF 6 CHF


Route Normal Under 25

Le Châble-Verbier montly ticket
108 CHF 79 CHF
Le Châble-Verbier 7-day pedestrian ticket 54 CHF 40 CHF

That way you can really make the best of the resort after a day’s skiing. Whether it’s for an aperitif, a meal or to enjoy Verbier’s legendary after-ski scene, you won’t have to worry about driving afterwards. The cable car fares are shown in the table below.

Christmas has arrived early this year! Our public transport partners, TMR and RegionAlps, have extended the bus and train timetables so that you can enjoy your trip without having to drive anywhere. What’s more, you’ll be doing the environment a favour as well.

You’ll find the timetables online (cff.ch) or on the Mobile CFF app.

Here's an example : 

Lausanne 07:21
Verbier (cable car) 08:54