Slope offering, variety of runs at the ski resort 4 Vallées – Verbier/La Tzoumaz/Nendaz/Veysonnaz/Thyon
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Due to the elevation level, most of the slopes are above the treeline. The slopes are primarily wide and offer a gorgeous view of the surrounding mountains and of the Rhone Valley. You ski through wide, high Alpine valleys surrounded by craggy mountain peaks. From Mont-Fort, the highest point in the ski resort at 3330 m, a steep mogul slope leads down towards the valley. Some of the connections in the ski resort are only possible via long and steep mogul slopes. However, the lifts are placed so that it's always possible to ride down to the valley in order to avoid these difficult slopes. There are excellent freeriding possibilities throughout the ski resort. The valley runs to Verbier, La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Siviez and Verysonnaz lead through forest aisles and have snow-making capabilities.
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