Verbier, Swiss Alps, Switzerland
Chalet Mont Gelé
Chalet Mont Gelé boasts panoramic mountain views from one of Verbier's best locations.Check availability
- 8 guests - 4 bedrooms - 4 bathrooms
- Living Room: 1 sofa, armchair, balcony, fireplace
- Open kitchen
- Outdoor and indoor dining area: with 8 seats
- Panoramic mountain view
- Steam room
- Central heating
- Ski closet and shoe heaters
- TV room
- Suitable for children
- Cleaning: Daily
- Up to 8 guests
- From EUR. 2200 / night in lower season. Rates in season higher, please fill out the form to receive an offer.
Discussions about skiing in Verbier quickly become discussions about après-ski in Verbier. 'The nightlife is amazing,' croak voices that still remember their hangovers. A notice outside a bar reads: 'Verbier is a drinking resort with a skiing problem'. 'Come in March,' says a local, 'and it's like Ibiza on the slopes.'
Verbier has more than 400km of runs, with some of the best on- and off-piste skiing in Europe. There are hundreds of lifts, many recently upgraded, connecting the bright peaks and sparkling slopes of the 4 Vallées, including le Jumbo, the Verbier to Mont-Fortcable-car, which swoops up to a mighty 3,300 metres.
Set in a crown of mountains at 1,500 metres, Verbier town is scattered across a south-west-facing shelf that is bathed in sunshine year round. Alpinists first discovered the spot in the 1920s, Verbier is still primarily a chalet resort, and until the 1950s there was little more than cow pastures here. It wasn't until the travel boom in the 1960s that this place became popular with a hippyish, itinerant rabble of ski bums, many of whom settled and bestowed upon Verbier the unpretentious attitude that remains (mostly) intact today.
How to get to Verbier
Fly into Geneva, 1h50 drive
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