Catskiing and Heliskiing in Verbier

Dramatic, steep Swiss peaks in the heart of the Alps

If you come in the Valais Canton and want to try some heliskiing over off the beaten tracks, the ski resort of Verbier is what you need. Taking off from some of the amazing spots of the ‘4 Valleys’ ski area, here you’ll find magnificent deep powder ski runs throughout the winter and spring. The most pristine backcountry bowls in the middle of ice-falls and granite cliffs are waiting for you. Hire one of our guides to show you around Verbier backcountry and fly over the best white landscapes. Explore-Share.com only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Heliskiing and Catskiing in Verbier

Home to some of the world’s most dramatic and classic alpine peaks, Verbier is a brilliant springboard to explore the mountainside and the most stunning scenery of Switzerland.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+41

Languages

German, French, Italian, Romansh

Currency

Swiss franc, with the euro usually accepted

Best time to visit

From January until April is the prime time for alpine skiing conditions

What’s the weather like?

Temperatures range from -2-7℃ in the winter months of January and February, with liberal fallings of snow. And temperatures will gradually increase in the months that follow. Nonetheless, the climate is mostly moderate with no excessive cold

How long should I stay?

With such an abundance of quality slopes nearby, you could easily keep occupied on fresh slopes for a week. More broadly, at 41,285 square kilometres, Switzerland’s small size makes it very accessible to explore other areas of the country. Notably, the other renown Swiss skiing resort of Zermatt is just one and a half hours away

More info about Heliskiing and Catskiing in Verbier:

So soon as the snow begins its descent onto the Swiss slopes the mountain enthusiasts follow to the town of Verbier, a mecca for winter sports. With 410 kilometres of ski runs covering the 4 nearby valleys including Verbier there is an incredible abundance of slopes available. The region is also home to the Haut Val de Bagnes, the protected nature landscape is the second largest natural reserve in Switzerland. The nearby Mauvoisi arch dam is a strong candidate to explore, the highest dam in Europe at 250 meters. Its resting lakes and energetic steep waterfalls offer splendidly natural views

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