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Val Thorens
From Geneva – €49.50
Tignes
From Geneva – €49.50
Morzine
From Geneva – €24.50
Les Gets
From Geneva – €24.50
Meribel
From Geneva – €44.50
Courchevel
From Geneva – €49.50
Val d’Isere
From Geneva – €49.50
Avoriaz
From Geneva – €24.50
La Plagne
From Geneva – €49.50
Les Arcs
From Geneva – €49.50
Chamonix
From Geneva – €24.50
Verbier
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
La Rosiere
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Menuires
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Deux Alpes
From Geneva – €54.50
Alpe D’Huez
From Geneva – €54.50
Val Thorens
From Geneva – €49.50
Tignes
From Geneva – €49.50
Morzine
From Geneva – €24.50
Les Gets
From Geneva – €24.50
Meribel
From Geneva – €44.50
Courchevel
From Geneva – €49.50
Val d’Isere
From Geneva – €49.50
Avoriaz
From Geneva – €24.50
La Plagne
From Geneva – €49.50
Les Arcs
From Geneva – €49.50
Chamonix
From Geneva – €24.50
Verbier
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
La Rosiere
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Menuires
From Geneva – 49.50 CHF
Les Deux Alpes
From Geneva – €54.50
Alpe D’Huez
From Geneva – €54.50

The Best Swiss Ski Resorts

The Best Swiss Ski Resorts

With over 7,000 metres of slopes to explore, Switzerland has a fantastic variety of terrain, conditions, and landscapes. The area is served by almost 2,000 ski lifts making getting around straightforward and comfortable. The range of ski resorts located in Switzerland means facilities are available for all ages and abilities, whether you are looking for a more traditional skiing holiday or a luxurious retreat.

 

Swiss ski resorts range from bustling and luxurious social centres popular with socialites, celebrities and royalty, to sheltered alpine villages set in isolated and breathtaking scenery. In Switzerland, you can treat yourself to delicious food, enjoy vibrant après ski and visit iconic locations that have been vital in the history of winter sports. Bring your sense of adventure and explore everything the country has to offer at some of our favourite ski resorts in Switzerland.

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Verbier

Verbier is a popular and modern Swiss ski resort in the huge Four Valleys ski area, known as one of the world’s premier off-piste skiing destinations. The Freeride World Tour competition brings experienced skiers and thrill seekers to Verbier, as well as celebrities looking to enjoy the premium hospitality. The World Ski Awards named Verbier as the winner of Switzerland’s Best Ski Resort in 2021 and 2022, so it’s well worth a visit!

Ski area

More than 400 km of pistes are connected with well-maintained lifts across the Four Valleys area. Made up of mostly blue and red runs, the marked off-piste zones and mogul fields provide challenging and exciting terrain with deep powder and steep slopes.  You can find out more in our dedicated Guide to Skiing in Verbier.

Best for…

Advanced skiers will enjoy the variety of terrain and steep slopes around Verbier, the off-piste runs attract those looking for a challenging adventure. However, Verbier is also suitable for beginners and intermediate skiers looking to learn at some of the leading ski schools, often frequented by royalty and celebrities.

 

The eclectic mix of après ski facilities make Verbier a leading destination for winter escapes, with Michelin-starred restaurants, bars, and nightclubs as well as glamourous accommodation to suit all tastes.

How to get there

When planning how to get to Verbier, our clients enjoy the comfort and convenience of our private transfers from Geneva Airport which take around two hours. Premium upgrades are available to ensure you reach your accommodation in style, rested and ready to hit the slopes.

Zermatt

Swiss ski resorts like Zermatt offer the beauty of traditional barns and chalets with a modern and luxurious twist. With views of the Matterhorn providing an iconic backdrop, the scenic slopes of the Valais region are connected by over 50 lifts and the car-free main town is packed with cosy après ski hideaways and restaurants.

Ski area

The high slopes of Zermatt are home to some of the best fresh powder in Switzerland and incredible views. There are more than 140 runs to choose from covering over 360 km, with steep and challenging slopes reaching 3,883m at their highest point. The terrain here makes it ideal for intermediate and advanced skiers, the Gravity Park area is also ideal for snowboarders and freestyle skiers to work on their tricks and jumps.

Best for…

Some of the highest peaks in Switzerland make Zermatt and the neighbouring Cervinia region picturesque and challenging for experienced skiers. Ski resorts in Switzerland are particularly family-friendly, there are ski schools, clubs for children and a gentle beginner area at Wolli’s Park. There’s plenty to enjoy off the slopes too in a range of bars, restaurants, and spa facilities.

How to get there

Zermatt is under 3 hours from Geneva Airport via shared transfer or private transfer. The town is car-free, so you’ll be able to enjoy pleasant streets on foot. Transfers take you as far as the train at Tasch, where you can board a ten-minute train to the centre of Zermatt.

St Moritz

Having hosted the Winter Olympics twice, St Moritz sits in a beautiful location in the Engadine Valley. With lakes, forests and picturesque views, St Moritz was the first and probably one of the most famous ski resorts in Switzerland.

Ski area

Well-connected with ski lifts and a funicular to Corviglia, St Moritz has access to excellent intermediate terrain. The long runs provide plenty of space and stunning views, and the gentler slopes are the perfect place for beginners to develop their skills. With 67 ski runs, the area has enough variety to enjoy during an extended trip.

Best for…

The winter sports offered in St Moritz are world-class. It’s not just on the slopes, there are toboggans and bobsleigh runs, ice skating and even show jumping and polo facilities. This is a premium resort, attracting socialites and high fliers as well as celebrities and sports fanatics throughout the seasons. Family-friendly accommodation can also be found just outside the centre.

How to get there

At around two and a half hours from Zurich Airport, St Moritz is easily accessible from locations across Europe and the rest of the world. Private airport transfers are an excellent way to get to your destination in comfort, with our experienced drivers taking care of the logistics while you relax and prepare to enjoy one of the best ski resorts in Switzerland.

Wengen

As part of the Jungfrau ski area, the alpine village of Wengen has plenty to offer winter sports enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Don’t forget to pack your sunscreen, as the slopes are usually bathed in beautiful sunshine and sheltered from the harsher mountain winds. It’s a fabulous place to learn and develop your skills or explore more daring World Cup runs, and there’s plenty of entertainment off the slopes too.

Ski area

Wengen is a lower-altitude resort, but it still has 110 km of pistes to enjoy. Linked to neighbouring villages, you can also explore the idyllic village of Grindelwald as part of your alpine adventures in the area. Sharing a ski pass with surrounding areas opens up a range of slopes across the region, meaning beginners, intermediates and even advanced skiers can find something to suit their requirements.

Best for…

Long runs offer intermediate skiers plenty of space to build their stamina and skills, whilst the sheltered location and lower altitude will help beginners find their feet. Winter hiking trails in stunning surroundings also attract non-skiers to the area for picture-perfect alpine breaks. Exploring the mountains is part of the joy of visiting Wengen and the Jungfrau ski region, the mountain railways and cable cars offer day trip opportunities to take a break from your skis if desired.

How to get there

The village of Wengen is only accessible via the mountain railway, which can be reached via private transfer taking around two and a half hours from Geneva airport. The isolation of the resort is all part of the alpine charm, creating a traditional and picturesque winter hideaway to enjoy both during the ski season and throughout the year.

Saas-Fee

The picturesque village of Saas-Fee is often referred to as ‘The Pearl of the Alps’. Quaint and charming accommodation makes this traditional alpine village a beautiful place to visit for skiers of all ages and abilities.

Ski area

Beginners can enjoy calm and gentle slopes close to the village, while the more advanced and experienced can enjoy the nearby Mittelallalin snow park and the thrills of the towering glaciers. With surrounding peaks at over 4,000m, Saas-Fee provides snow-sure slopes and an extended skiing season. Beginners will feel particularly comfortable on the nursery slopes, and nearly 37 km of beginner trails that are hugely popular with families.

Best for…

Saas-Fee is a more relaxed and traditional resort, usually known for being particularly enjoyable for beginners and families. There are some more challenging runs on the glacier and a snow park for year-round snowboarding practice. Saas-Fee was the first Swiss ski resort to commit to sustainability by making the village car-free, so eco-conscious adventurers can enjoy the traditional streets and welcoming atmosphere.

How to get there

Saas-Fee is just under three hours from Geneva Airport by road. Our experienced drivers are confident on alpine routes, so you can relax and enjoy the scenery using our private transfers. Whether you are travelling with your family, friends or colleagues, we’ll make sure you receive the best service.

Book your travel to the best Swiss ski resorts

Alpine Fleet is expanding to cover locations across Switzerland,  offering convenient private transfers or shared transfers to get you to your resort in comfort and style. Contact us today to find out more.

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