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Verbier is a world-renowned ski resort located in the Swiss Alps. Situated in the canton of Valais, it is part of the Four Valleys ski area, which is one of the largest interconnected ski regions in Europe. With its stunning mountain scenery, extensive ski slopes, and vibrant après-ski scene, Verbier attracts skiers and snowboarders from around the globe. It also hosts one of the stages of the Freeride world tour, giving you a good indication of the big mountain atmosphere you'll be surrounded by. 

The resort of Verbier has a rich history and was originally a traditional mountain village. Over the years, it has developed into a purpose-built ski resort while still maintaining its charming alpine character. The combination of modern infrastructure and traditional Swiss architecture creates a unique atmosphere that appeals to visitors seeking both comfort and authenticity. 

The resort would be most appreciated by intermediate and advanced skiers who can tackle the freeride routes and navigate the red and black pistes that dominate the map. 

Children and beginners are catered to with the kids village and resort-level button lifts, the connected La Tzoumaz area is probably the better bet for them to expand their skiing on some blues. 

As for the après-ski scene, Verbier is renowned for its vibrant and lively atmosphere. The resort boasts numerous bars, restaurants, and clubs where visitors can unwind and socialize after a day on the slopes. It's very much ski hard, party hard here, so here's some of the more notorious venues:

Le Rouge

Located near the Medran lift station, Le Rouge is a trendy and lively apres-ski bar. It offers a large outdoor terrace with stunning mountain views, comfortable seating, and a lively atmosphere. 

Farinet Lounge Bar

Situated in the heart of Verbier, the Farinet Lounge Bar is a legendary apres-ski venue. It features live bands and musicians who perform on an elevated stage, creating an electric atmosphere. The bar has a large and bustling dance floor where guests can dance to the tunes of various genres, including rock, pop, and house music. 

Pub Mont Fort

This traditional British-style pub offers a cozy and relaxed apres-ski setting. Located in the town center, Pub Mont Fort is known for its friendly atmosphere, comfortable seating, and wide selection of beers and spirits. It's a great place to socialize, play pool or darts, and enjoy live sports broadcasts on the big screens. The pub often hosts themed events and live music, adding to the overall charm and entertainment. 

W Hotel's W Off Piste

As part of the luxurious W Hotel in Verbier, the W Off Piste bar offers a stylish and upscale apres-ski experience. With its chic interior, comfortable lounge areas, and panoramic mountain views, it provides a sophisticated ambiance. Guests can savor handcrafted cocktails, fine wines, and gourmet snacks while enjoying live DJ sets or live music performances. The W Off Piste bar combines luxury with a vibrant atmosphere. 

Le Mouton Noir

Nestled at the foot of the slopes, Le Mouton Noir is a popular apres-ski venue known for its relaxed and friendly vibe. It features a large outdoor terrace with cozy seating, sun loungers, and a heated swimming pool. Visitors can enjoy a refreshing drink, soak up the sun, and take in the stunning mountain views. Le Mouton Noir also hosts occasional live music and themed events, creating a laid-back and enjoyable apres-ski experience. 

Check out the other resorts on the 4 Vallees area to see how they compare.

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  • 1hr 50 from Geneva

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Train Connections

Le Châble

Get a train from Geneva airport to Le Châble, changing at Martigny. From there you get the cable car up to Verbier, alternatively there's a bus service.

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. 

There's also buses that do this route. 

Swiss train tickets are released 60 days in advance, you're looking at aprox. Buy as early as possible for cheapest prices and most availability. 

The easiest way to plan train travel is use The Trainline (click the logo below)

This is because it's the most comprehensive integration of all European train operators, so you can even plan cross-border travel.

On average you can book 3-4 months in advance, read our full Guide to European Rail travel

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Alpine Fleet

  • Geneva

  • Variable schedual - check the site for availabililty 

  • Mainly weekends

  • Verbier - average 69 euro single


  • Geneva

  • 2hr 10

  • From 54.50 Euro each way

  • Mon /Tues /Weds / Thurs: 4 departures from 10am till 7pm

  • Fri / Sat / Sunday: 6 departures from 10am till 9pm

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