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La Tzoumaz is a charming ski resort located in the Swiss Alps, nestled in the heart of the famous Four Valleys ski area. With its picturesque setting and stunning panoramic views, this resort offers a delightful alpine experience for skiers of all levels.
The history of La Tzoumaz dates back to the 13th century when it was a traditional mountain village known for its farming and grazing. The resort has managed to strike a balance between modern facilities and preserving its natural beauty.
When it comes to accessing the ski area, La Tzoumaz has excellent connections. The resort is directly linked to the renowned Verbier ski area, offering skiers access to over 400 kilometers of slopes. There is a convenient cable car that connects La Tzoumaz to Savoleyres, from where you can easily explore the extensive Four Valleys ski area.
La Tzoumaz offers a wide range of après-ski activities to suit different tastes and preferences. Although it is not as lively as some of the larger ski resorts, you will find a selection of cozy mountain bars and restaurants where you can relax and enjoy a well-deserved drink or a delicious meal. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, providing the perfect setting for unwinding after a day on the slopes.
Overall, La Tzoumaz is a picturesque and family-friendly ski resort with excellent connections to the Four Valleys ski area. Its direct access to the slopes, charming alpine ambiance, and suitability for skiers of all levels make it a wonderful destination for a winter getaway. Whether you're seeking a relaxing holiday or an adventurous ski experience, La Tzoumaz has something to offer everyone.
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Train + Bus Option
Train from Genevea to Riddes 2hrs
Take the cable car from Riddes up to Isérables, with its panoramic view it will transport you in a record time of 6 minutes.
From there, CarPostal buses will allow you to reach La Tzoumaz.
Swiss train tickets are released 60 days in advance. Buy as early as possible for cheapest prices and most availability.
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