Location of Chalet Clarité in Verbier

Your guide of what to do in Verbier in winter

Diverse terrain in Switzerland’s largest ski area

The Verbier ski area can be broken down into three primary zones – Verbier, La Tzoumaz and Bruson. As part of the 4 Vallées the Verbier ski area is also connected to Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon. The highest point within the 4 Vallées is Mont-Fort Glacier towering at 3,300m looking out over the alpine expanse into France and beyond. You can choose from a Verbier or 4 Vallées pass depending on how much of the world’s third-largest ski area you want to explore.

For beginner skiers Verbier offers three nursery slopes that utilise snowmaking machinery to ensure good beginner skiing all season long. A combination of drag lifts and magic carpet helps beginners build confidence at their own pace.

Intermediate skiers can take advantage of varied terrain depending on which skill sets you want to focus on. Offering long descents down to Verbier village you can ski interrupted for long distances and build confidence to try new areas. Whether you’re seeking fast & steep runs or more mellow rollers to work up from; there are many options to run with.

Advanced skiers find themselves in a vast alpine playground that is among the best in the world , providing endless itinerary runs and off-piste terrain.  Steep, bumpy descents in places like Mt Gele will give even the most diehard skiers a serious run for their money.

If you like to add a bit of freestyle into the mix then the La Chaux Park will be right up your alley. Sitting on a sunny mountain face, hours fly by as you jump, spin and jib your day away.

Elysian Collection have partner arrangements with the best local ski schools and guides in Verbier. Speak to your concierge to have lessons and anything else you require organised and ready for your arrival.


With three highly sought-after heli drop-off points for the ultimate adrenaline experience; you can take your pick from Petit Combin, Trient Glacier and Rosablanche. A guide can show you the way to untouched powder fields as you make one of the most exhilarating descents of your life.

Ice Climbing

If you’ve tried rock climbing in the summer or are up for a new challenge, then ice climbing in the winter could be a great thrill for you. With many waterfalls in the region there are a range of both beginner and advanced climbing routes available.


Get a bird’s eye view and experience the feeling of flying among the peaceful mountain peaks around you. There are three dedicated take-off zones at Ruinettes, Savoleyres and Croix-de-Coeur all of which offer a unique perspective on the Verbier terrain.

Hiking and Snow Shoeing

For an alternative or break from skiing, strap on a pair of snow shoes and explore the 25km of walking trails winding through the stunning mountains. All you need is a pair of good boots that can be strapped into your snow shoes.

Dog Sledding

A uniquely winter experience that you are sure not to forget. Jump on a dog sled towed by a pack of snow-loving Huskies and feel the thrill experienced by early pioneers. Dog sledding is suitable for the whole family and can be a great day out for non skiers.

Explore our magnificent luxury ski chalet in Verbier, Chalet Clarité

Luxury Chalets - Chalet Clarite

6 Large En-Suite Bedrooms • Wellness Centre & Gym • 5m Jet Pool • Private Mountain Position • Personal Snow Cat & Ski-Doo

Experience Clarité

Verbier resort in summer and winter

The pinnacle of après, luxury retail, lavish gastronomy and the full spectrum of year-round outdoor activities – welcome to Verbier.

Why Verbier?

Summer activities in Verbier

With world class mountain biking and an impressive lineup of summer activities, Verbier is a perfect summer getaway.

Summer in Verbier

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