Getting There Verbier.
Located in the Valais, Switzerland.
Flying to Geneva airport (160 km) is the most convenient.
Switzerland is located in the heart of Europe and linked to the continent's high-speed rail network. Travellers by train will find a range of excellent rail connections.
In Geneva and Zurich the train station is in the airport building enabling you to take your baggage cart directly from arrivals to the train.
The Swiss Transfer ticket is the ideal and most cost-effective solution for skiing holidays. It takes you from the airport or border railway station directly to your destination. And back again. And al for a flat rate of CHF 141 per adult in second class and CHF 226 per adult in first class.
From Zurich or Geneva you must take the mainline train toward Martigny. The train takes you alongside lakes, vineyards and mountains.
From Martigny, take regional trains and then postal buses to Verbier.
The Saint-Bernard Express is a 100 year old train that joins Martigny to Le Châble in 26 minutes. Close by, 600 meters above and at an altitude of 1500 meters, lays the ski resort of Verbier, which can be joined either by cable car or postal bus.
From Geneva Take the A9/E62 motorway to Martigny, leave at “Riddes, Chamoson, Leytron” to go to La Tzoumaz, or follow “Grand-Saint-Bernard, Verbier” for the other resorts.