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Verbier Reviews


A small resrt full of beans!


Pros: Amazing access to off piste/ Itinary runs. Suitable beginner area for families (where parents can watch). Amazing apres vibe and much more!

Cons: It's not winter all year round. :(

Need I say more - we love it here!   http://www.skinewgen.com/caution-advised-as-now-hits-the-alps/
William Donovan

Every Serious Skiers Dream


Pros: Lots of challenging pistes and itineraries.

Cons: Begginer slopes are limited to the village runs.

My journey to Verbier started when I got off the train at Le Chable Station at the bottom of the valley. After purchasing my day ticket at the gondola station here, for a meagre 60 euros, I caught the "bubble" as all the locals call it up to Medran, the skiing hub of Verbier village.   I had bought a 4 Valleys lift ticket, so could access any lift on the ski map, A vast amount of skiing for the price. I skied with my mate and his cousin who is a local, effectively my very own guide for my day ahead. After a light breakfast in their charming chalet we skied down to Medran and caught the gondola up. Their hadn't been a snowfall for around 4 weeks so none of the village (easy)...
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Verbier - Off-piste paradise


Pros: Huge mountains, loads of off-piste

Cons: Expensive

 It's hard to believe that there are no reviews posted for Verbier, as this is undoubtedly one of the best destinations in the Alps.  Skied there for the first time after a week in Chamonix for an off-piste course.  While Chamonix is justly famous for off-piste terrain, when it comes to easily lift-accessible off-piste, Verbier has a definitive advantage.  It's a huge expanse of terrain, all interconnected, and the off-piste options are mind boggling.  We hired a guide on our second day to ski off the backside of Mont Fort (3380m), and it was an incredible day.  Even 3-4 days after the last dump, we were still able to find huge amounts of untracked powder.  And the views, stretching from...
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