Verbier Lift and Ski Pass Options

So you're ready to hit the slopes of Verbier, one of the top ski destinations in the world. Welcome! Now you just need your golden ticket -- your Verbier ski and lift pass. With 88 lifts in the 4 Vallees and more than 400km of trails, there are a lot of options for how exactly to access the trails and off-piste runs of Verbier.


Verbier Daily Lift Passes

Daily passes are perhaps the most straightforward option for the Verbier lifts, though make the most sense for short-term visitors. Passes are available from ½ day to 21 days. Daily passes are available at three price points -- children, young and senior, and adult. For age limits for each group, head here.


Daily passes include all of the lifts of the 4 Vallees, including Verbier, Savoleyres, and Bruson. If you're not heading out for the full day, there are also half-day options for early risers (or those who sleep in after over-enjoying the apres-ski scene).


Also note that prices for daily passes vary based on dates. So, if you're visiting at peak season, it won't take as many days to merit the investment in a season or annual pass.


Verbier Annual & Season Passes

Annual passes are valid year-round for the lifts of the 4 Vallees, giving you access to the beautiful Alpine scenery in summer and winter. In addition to all of the lifts in the area, the annual ski pass also includes a host of other offers for local events and international ski destinations. This is clearly the best option for those who plan to visit Verbier for more than a few weeks and in both winter and summer.


As the name suggests, the season pass covers just the winter season, at a slight lower price than the annual pass. Season passes can be purchased for the entire 4 Vallees or a single region within it -- Verbier, Savoleyres, or Bruson. The Savoleyres pass can be a great option for beginner and intermediate skiers who would rather avoid the experts on the Verbier slopes, while the Bruson pass offers the greatest savings.


All annual and season passes are available at different prices for adults, youths and seniors, and children.


Valais Ski Card

Not sure yet where your whims will take you, or simply don't want to be bothered with keeping track of which lifts are covered in your ski pass? The Valais Ski Card is an excellent option. Simply load it up with "points," which will then be deducted as you pass through the digital scanners at each lift. The more points you purchase, the greater the discount you'll get.


Discounted Verbier Ski Passes

Despite being a destination for the rich and famous, Verbier offers a host of great discounts on ski passes. The beginner pass, which is less expensive than daily passes, gives access just to the Les Moulins and Les Esserts lifts -- the two beginner slopes. For all passes, there is a discount of 10% for families of 3 or more, while groups of 15 or more get a 15% discount. Not going to be strapping on skis? There are great prices available for pedestrians who are more interested in panoramas than powder.


It's important to note that beyond just choosing your pass, you'll also need to purchase it. Whichever pass you choose, if you ask us, the best choice is to simply let your Verbier Chalets staff handle the hard work for you. They can have your lift passes ready and waiting for you when you arrive at your chalet, so you don't have to queue at the ticket counter.