This new chalet within The Verbier ski resort is located at an altitude of 1500 meters, in the French-speaking part of the Swiss Alps. The resort itself consists exclusively of wooden, chalet-style buildings, which lend it all the charm of a traditional alpine village feel.
This property is beautifully designed across 3 levels of alpine living space. The chalet interior is finished in old wood throughout with a delightful penthouse level floor to entertain guests all under a vaulted ceiling. It is a perfect home away from home especially for big families or a large group of friends looking to maximize their ski holiday.
The chalet can be rented on a self catered or fully cattered basis.
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The Verbier ski resort is located at an altitude of 1500 meters, in the French-speaking part of the Swiss Alps.
Created at altitudes of between 1500 and 3330 meters, the ski runs enjoy exceptional snow conditions from November until April, and allow enthusiasts of all levels to find ideal runs.
The true capital of free riding in Europe, Verbier hosts one of the world's best-known competitions in this discipline in mid-March of each year, the Nissan Verbier Xtreme free-ride ski & snowboard competition, which takes places on the North face of the Bec des Rosses.
The village atmosphere is vibrant with organized events and activities throughout the winter ski season. For the non skier in the family or group there are numerous other sporting and recreational activities to enjoy.