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Geneva To Verbier Private Transfers

Highly regarded as one of the most prestigious locations in the world for off piste terrain, Verbier is the largest resort in Switzerland’s ski area The 4 Valleys, which encompasses 8 ski resorts and offers up 412km of pistes. Attracting international clientele, from professional enthusiasts to sporty tourists, Verbier’s unbeatable landscape for freerider’s and its thriving nightlife continue to bring in the visitors every winter.

Verbier Airport Transfers

Getting to Verbier with GVA Transfers is easy. The travel time from Geneva Airport to Verbier is just 1 hour 55 minutes. Our driver will meet you at the airport, straight from your flight and with our range of new, luxurious and comfortable vehicles, travelling to Verbier couldn’t be simpler.

Skiing in Verbier

Verbier’s status for its incredible terrain coupled with its vivid nightlife and exclusive atmosphere makes it a truly unmissable ski resort.
Verbier has a modern, impressive and well-linked lift system, with 35 in resort alone, connecting just over 180km of piste. The full area pass gives skiers access to 412km across the 4 Valleys impressive stretch into 8 other resorts. Visitors really have a huge domain to play with on a ski holiday in Verbier.

The skiing on offer, although most boast it caters solely for advanced skiers, actually has a great variety of blue and green slopes. There are special areas for beginners to utilise, a children’s area in Les Esserts with a massive 120m magic carpet and a plethora of independent ski schools to choose from. Of course for advanced and intermediate skiers, Verbier really comes into its own.
As hosts of the Freeride World Tour, it’s no wonder why, Verbier has off piste galore with dramatic peaks and descents there to challenge the professionals, cliff drops and steep peaks litter this stunning resort.

For the lesser extreme verticals on offer, Verbier has a fantastic range of red and black runs, as well as being well known for its great mogul fields, sizable enough to dare any well-seasoned skier. Mont Gelé in particular offers steep well-groomed pistes at glorious heights that come nicely packaged with fantastic views of the sunny surrounding valley.

Verbier is not well known for its terrain park, it is simply is not the focus of the resort, however, in recent years the park scene has really begun to grow. The park at La Chaux puts on an impressive show with more and more features added each year, including more recently its own airbag.

The altitude means that early or late season skiing is also possible and normally with great snow conditions, the resort also has plenty of snow cannons so Verbier can claim to be a great, snow sure resort.

Verbier Key Facts

Lift Opening Dates: 2nd December 2017 to 29nd April 2018 (with partial November weekend openings)
Resort Height: 1500m
Skiing Up To: 3330m
Longest Run: 15km
Km of Runs Available:) 412km The 4 Valleys, 180km Verbier
Snowparks: 2
Nearby Resorts: Saas Fee, Zermatt, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, 4 Valleys

More Information about Verbier

Verbier has long been considered as one of the greatest alpine resorts in the world, established in 1925 it is difficult to believe it was actually purpose build. The pretty resort is set on old farming pastures, so expect rolling hills and charming traditional chalets, as well as more purpose built apartments and luxury hotels.

In town, Verbier serves other tastes (aside from skiing) very well. With a large indoor sports centre where you can play squash, go climbing or simply enjoy the sauna or Jacuzzi, you’ll certainly keep busy. Verbier also regularly hosts Ice hockey games during the winter, something certainly worth watching if you are in resort for a match!
Well known for its energetic après ski and nightlife, Verbier has plenty of slope-side venues to entertain, as well as famous spots in the village itself such as the Farinet. For those wanting to continue into the early morning, Verbier is also well known for its nightclubs such as The Farm at the Nevai and Casbah.

Verbier, in all its glitter and glory, is a fantastic resort, making it no surprise why its popularity continues to grow year after year.

Getting to Verbier

Geneva Airport is 160km from Verbier and a 1 hour 55 minute transfer away, depending on traffic and weather conditions. Transfers from Geneva to Verbier can be booked easily through our online booking system. You’ll receive an instant confirmation of your booking and feel safe in the knowledge that we will take care of your transfer. All of our transfer vehicles at GVA Transfers are equipped for mountain roads and we offer a 24/7 customer service line if you have any questions about your transfer to Verbier.

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