Verbier 4 Vallees - Nendaz

From £989

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Resort runs

Total runs: 204 km - Printse Pass (400 km - 4 Vallees)
Top lift: 3300 m

Resort information

Resort height: 1365 m
Vertical drop: 1777 m - Printse Pass (2509 m 4 Vallees)
Lift pass: Printse Lift Pass (upgrades to 4 Vallees also available)
Glacier: Yes (Galcier Mont-Fort)
Travel by coach: Calais (12 hrs)
Travel by air:
Geneva (2.5 hrs)

Verbier 4 Vallees - Nendaz


Verbier 4 Vallées is a name that resonates in the ski arena as an immense ski region with unrivalled terrain, views, snow powder and Swiss hospitality. Ski Adaptable are excited to be able to offer this incredible ski area to our school groups at a price that will seem incredible value for such a prized resort. In addition, the Hotel Siviez where you will stay is ski to door and we also include 5 hours of ski lessons per day as standard in this resort – what are you waiting for?


The Skiing…

4 Vallées is made up of 5 incredible resorts which offer over 400km of pistes. As standard our groups are quoted on the Printze Pass, which offers more than enough skiing with 250km pistes included, and an option to upgrade to the full 4 Vallées pass. The pistes climb to a whopping 3300m, and the Printze Pass includes the Mont-Fort Glacier for guaranteed skiing all season.  You will be located near the village of Nendaz, and this is perfectly place in the middle of the 4 Vallées ski area giving easy access in either direction.  This is one of the genuine resorts that truly is perfect for all abilities, with an abundance of long runs suited to different abilities. Some runs are tree-lined, and there are also many runs above the tree-line, offering great variety of terrain. The vertical drop is also hugely impressive, at 1777m on the Printze Pass (and over 2500m on the 4 Vallées pass).  Add to this, you get 5 hours skiing per day as standard, and accommodation which is ski-to-door and right near a main lift, making for an easy and perfect school ski experience on and off the slopes.


The Snowfall…

With a glacier and many slopes of all grades located above 2500m, you can be assured of great snowfall all season long. The season is one of the longest in Europe, giving testament to the snowfall and this is something you will not have to worry about in the 4 Vallées.  The resorts are famous with freeriders who flock here for deep powder snow, and whilst most school ski trips don’t involve much freeriding, deep powder snow is something every skier welcomes, whether cautious beginner or advanced free skier.


Off the Slopes…

It’s not just skiing this region excels at – off the slope activities are superb and plentiful. You have the usual and popular activities closeby including swimming, ice skating, bowling, discos. In addition, your group can enjoy watching an ice hockey match, tobogganing, indoor climbing, fondue nights, curling and snow shoe adventures. Ski Adaptable

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