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Villars

  • Drone view of snow covered hotels
BEGINNERS – INTERMEDIATES - FAMILIES

Perched on a sunny shelf looking across the Rhône Valley to the Portes du Soleil, Villars is a small, laid-back, but well-established village resort.

BEGINNERS – INTERMEDIATES - FAMILIES

Perched on a sunny shelf looking across the Rhône Valley to the Portes du Soleil, Villars is a small, laid-back, but well-established village resort.

The closest Swiss ski resort to Geneva Airport, is an ideal short break with numerous attractions for skiers and non-skiers alike including a two kilometre sledge run, indoor ice rink and a main street lined with welcoming tea rooms, pizzerias and bistros.

Enchanting winter walking trails lead to secluded mountain restaurants and sunny terraces with beautiful views across the valley.

 

 

Snowy hills leading up to the Matterhorn mountain that is partially covered by clouds
Two skiers stopped to chat at the top of a ski slope
A view between snow covered trees of distant alpine mountains
Snowy hills leading up to the Matterhorn mountain that is partially covered by clouds
Two skiers stopped to chat at the top of a ski slope
A view between snow covered trees of distant alpine mountains

A group of skiers going down a slope
The skiing

From the village, take the mountain railway to the scenic runs at the top of Bretaye or the gondola to the Roc d’Orsay. Families and beginners will love the wide, uncrowded pistes and gentle nursery slopes, while intermediates can test their skills on the delightful long cruising runs from Meilleret to Les Diablerets – an unspoilt village which sits beneath the imposing Diablerets Glacier. The gentle slopes of Glacier 3000 and glorious 10km descent are a rewarding days ski away via bus and cable car from Les Diablerets. Lift passes of three days or more increase the ski area to 232 kilometres by including Glacier 3000, Leysin and Les Mosses, accessible by rail or road.

Ski resort essentials
  • 104
    KILOMETRES - VILLARS-GRYON - LES DIABLERETS
  • 232
    KILOMETRES - ALPES VAUDOISES
SKI AREA
  • 1300
    METRES
ALTITUDE OF RESORTS
  • 2120
    METRES
HIGHEST SKI POINT
  • 48%
    BLUE
  • 39%
    RED
  • 13%
    BLACK
RUNS
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