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About the Mountain


From Verbier’s highest point, Mont Fort, you can see the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc on a clear day. It’s a view so dazzling that many ride the cable car up just for the scenery. But if you’re one of the brave who wants to ski down, make sure you’re prepared for some serious bumps. It’s one of the steepest runs in the alps and covered with moguls.

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”

- George Bernard Shaw

If you want to take your skiing a step further, Verbier offers you plenty of opportunities. You can try heli-skiing at one of the popular mountains nearby, like Petit Combin, Rosablanche, Trient Glacier, or Pigne d’Arolla. You can compete against the pros in the Verbier High Five, an annual ski competition featuring four different disciples – giant slalom, mini flying kilometer, ski cross, and waterslide – where the public is invited to complete. There’s also the famous Patrouille des Glaciers race from Zermatt to Verbier, considered one of the toughest ski mountaineering races in the world.

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