Lift ticket prices and information for Verbier - St Bernard

Verbier - St Bernard Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing

Resort
Child Weekday
Adult Weekday
Child 6-day pass
Adult 6-day pass
Bruson et Val de Bagnes CHF 23.00 CHF 46.00 CHF 128.00 CHF 256.00
La Fouly - Val Ferret CHF 19.00 CHF 37.00 CHF 93.00 CHF 185.00
Nendaz CHF 35.00 CHF 70.00 CHF 178.00 CHF 355.00 I'll Take It
Thyon 2000 CHF 27.00 CHF 54.00 CHF 137.00 CHF 274.00 I'll Take It
Verbier CHF 35.00 CHF 70.00 CHF 178.00 CHF 355.00 I'll Take It
Veysonnaz CHF 35.00 CHF 70.00 CHF 178.00 CHF 355.00
Vichères - Liddes CHF 19.00 CHF 37.00 CHF 93.00 CHF 185.00

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  • Anonymous

    That's what I'm talking About! Let it storm

    10/22/2014 at Taos Ski Valley.

  • anonymous user

    Tahoe has Squaw and Kirkwood which are awesome and challenging mountains. Colorado has dozens of amazing resorts. Champagne powder is much better than Sierra cement also... Got rained on at squaw in March two years ago. Was also in Tahoe for their freak winter in 2011, had some epic days but the heavy wet snow was not nearly as enjoyable as dry, Rocky Mountain powder. Tahoe has nothing on Colorado, go back to Cali, bra.

    10/22/2014 at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.

  • anonymous user

    How much are season passes this year?

    10/21/2014 at Seven Springs.

  • Kimster3000mix

    10/21/2014 at Galdhopiggen Glacier ski.

  • iPhone

    UTAH is brown

    10/21/2014 at Snowbird.