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Our ski chalets in Switzerland are located in the resorts of St Moritz, Andermatt, Crans Montana, Gstaad, Verbier, Zermatt and Klosters, combining all of the necessary factors for a perfect ski holiday - high altitude, excellent on and off-piste opportunities and a lively apres ski scene.


Luxury Ski Chalets in Switzerland

Our ski chalets in Switzerland are located in the resorts of St Moritz, Andermatt, Crans Montana, Gstaad, Verbier, Zermatt and Klosters, combining all of the necessary factors for a perfect ski holiday - high altitude, excellent on and off-piste opportunities and a lively apres ski scene.

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VERBIER

Verbier is the ideal ski resort for those who enjoy apres skiing as much as skiing. With 412 km of piste and a range of runs from the gentle Les Esserts to the challenging bumps of Tortin, there is plenty for active novice and advanced skiers. In addition to the extensive and well maintained pistes, Verbier has vast marked off-piste areas which can be easily reached from the ski lifts.  The apres ski scene at Verbier is well known and has a justifiably high reputation with established names such as The Farinet and Coco, all within walking distance or very short drive of our chalets. Chauffeurs are included in the rental of many of our Verbier chalets - speak to your A&K Consultant for details.

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Individual, stylish and in some cases quirky, our collection of ski chalets in Verbier have been thoughtfully designed with immaculate attention to detail. The chalets combine the tradition you expect from a Swiss chalet with modern comforts.  The collection ranges from the intimate and utterly charming four bedroomed Le Ti to Chalet Sagittaire, which provides 15 bedrooms in three independent apartments with gym and swimming pool which may be booked either together for a large party or independently. Quirky Bella Coola combines Swiss tradition with touches of India, with Anglo-Indian four poster beds and colourful throws whilst Chalet Kernow is the ultimate family ski chalet.

ZERMATT

A stunning village nestled at the foot of the Matterhorn, the most photographed mountain of the world, Zermatt epitomises all that is expected of a skier’s destination in Switzerland; high alpine, awe-inspiring and original. Unique and special, this car-free chocolate box resort offers skiing for all levels and some of the best heli-skiing possibilities in Europe.

Boasting 250 km of pisted slopes and the highest ski piste in the Alps at a staggering 3,820 km, Zermatt is a skier’s utopia.  Encircled by nine out of the ten highest mountains in Europe, Zermatt enjoys one of the longest ski seasons in the Alps with guaranteed fantastic snow cover from the end of November through to the end of April. This majestic mountain metropolis welcomes novices and advances alike. An abundance of nursery slopes keep parents rest assured that the children will be kept occupied whilst intermediates and advanced will find a wealth of opportunity in the areas of Gant, Aroleid and Triftji. But if its sheer exhilaration you are after then Zermatt is your home. Host to the highest and longest run in the world, the distance from Klein Matterhorn to Zermatt is thirteen kilometres and offers 2200 vertical metres of pure adrenalin rush, not to mention spectacular panoramic views over much of Switzerland.

In the evenings Zermatt’s magical demeanours come to life. Horse drawn sleighs glide across the idyllic cobbled streets, the tinkling of their bells being the only sound to break the otherwise blissful silence of this car-free centre. An undeniably romantic resort, the welcoming atmosphere and the cosy, authentic mountain restaurants invite one to linger long after the sun sets behind the magnificent Matterhorn.

KLOSTERS

A resort synonymous with blue blooded high society and aristocracy, Klosters has a reputation that stretches far and wide. Perfectly combining royal sophistication with rustic charm, Klosters confirms Switzerland’s dominance within the ‘winter season’. Originally a 13th Century monastic retreat, this romantic village-like atmosphere, under the patronage of the British Royal family, is blissfully unpretentious and stands in stark contrast to its neighbouring Alpine metropolis of Davos.

Hosting 320 km of pisted runs and with the highest ski piste hailing to heights just shy of 2,900 km, Klosters’ and its neighbouring ski area of Davos caters for all levels of ability. Madrisa is the hot spot for families with small children offering a ‘kidsland’ at the foot of the slopes, ideal for the little ones to burn off their excess energy! For those more intermediate skiers take the Gotschna cable car to the areas of Gotschnagrat and Parseen where waiting for you are an extensive range of challenging red runs. The 12 km marked run from the Weissfluhgipfel to Küblis is one of the longest in the Alps and takes you on a journey from high rocky peaks across alps through forests down to the lower meadows dotted with wooden chalets and barns.

With locals as fiercely protective of their greenery as they are of their pristine village, Klosters bestows upon her guests the magical experience of by day winding in and out through these wonderful woodlands and idyllic scenery, lapping up the fresh, alpine air. This magical experience then continues by night in the form of horse drawn sleighs and floodlit night skiing along the Selfranga run. Combined with an exclusive social scene that operates discreetly and subtly away from the public eye, Klosters is a haven for families and friends who are looking to escape to a quintessentially mountain retreat to relax and remain undisturbed throughout their stay. With a 2 star Michelin restaurant, a casino and an abundance of stylish bars and restaurants, Klosters has something for everyone.


January
  • Verbier Ride (Mountain Freeride Competition - Verbier)
  • Take the Hill (Verbier)
  • Chandolin Dog Sled Race (Chandolin)



February
  • Antiques and Art Fair (Crans-Montana)
  • Children’s Mardi Gras (Snow-based Activities for Children - Crans-Montana)


March
  • Nissan O'Neill Xtreme Verbier (Freeride World Tour - Verbier)
  • La Foulée Blanche Cross (Country Skiing Race - Etang Long)


April
  • Verbier High Five by Carlsberg (Snow-based Competitions - XSpeedSki Open Race (Verbier)
  • Ultime Session (Verbier)


May
  • Paragliding in the Swiss Alpes (Valais)


JUNE
  • Rivella Terrific (Extreme Sports - Crans-Montana)
  • Sismics Festival (Comics and Graphic Literature - Sierre)


July
  • Verbier Beach Volley weekend (Verbier)
  • Salon du 4x4 (Verbier)
  • Verbier Ultra Run (Verbier)
  • Le Tour de France (Running - Verbier)
  • Amateur Chamber Music Week (Verbier)


August
  • Verbier Festival (International Music festival - Verbier)
  • Grands Concours Hippique (Horse Riding Competition - Verbier)
  • Grand Raid Cristalp (Switzerlands Biggest Mountain Bike Marathon - Verbier-Grimentz)


September
  • Suisse Romande Heritage Days (Cultural Festival - Valais)
  • Cheese & Summit (Food - Ovronnaz)
  • Zermatt Festival (Film - Zermatt)


October
  • Chestnut Festival (Food Festival)
  • Rallye International du Valais (Sion)



December
  • Kings Fashion Show (Verbier)
  • Ski by Moonlight/ Ski Nocturne (Crans-Montana)


suggested Activities

ST MORITZ

Winter Activities

  • Ski & Snowboard - explore 350 km of ski pistes in the area
  • Cross Country Skiing - discover perfectly prepared cross-country runs that cross the Upper Engadine landscape and countless romantic side valleys
  • Ice Skating & Curling - a kingdom for ice skaters and curlers, the Engadine offers countless ice rinks
  • Sledging - the valley has three official sledge runs as well as shorter runs
  • Winter Hiking - the densest network of trails lies in the stretch of valley between St. Moritz and Bever
  • Explore Switzerland's only national park with 80 km of hiking trails that take visitors into an untouched forest, mountain and rock landscape
  • Set off on an excursion in an elegant railway carriage on The Glacier Express
  • Visit Guarda, one of the pearls of the Lower Engadine, a picture-book village and home of Schellenursli (a fairytale figure)
  • Savour an Italian ice-cream and the warm southern ambiance of Chiavenna (Italy), which can be reached via the Maloja Pass
  • Take a trip by Rhaetian Railway to Bad Scuol with its indoor and outdoor pools, solaria, whirlpools, steam baths, saunas and a Roman-Irish spa.

Summer Activities

  • Hiking - Famous vantage peaks such as Corviglia, Signal and Muottas Muragl are starting points for numerous panoramic hikes that are unique in splendour and density, with many cosy mountain restaurants offering the chance to take a break and savour delicious regional specialities
  • Mountain Biking - A true biker's heaven unfolds between the highest peaks of the Eastern Alps: 400 km of biking trails in every grade of difficulty will set every biker's pulse racing.
  • Climbing - Cross a glacier equipped with pickaxe and crampons, climb over the ridge of the Bianco to the Piz Bernina, secured by the rope of an experienced mountain climber, or feel the proximity of the granite on a climbing route
  • Water sports - Watch superb sailing and windsurfing regattas or try kiting
  • Swimming Lakes - Take a swim in one of the several lakes in the area

VERBIER

  • Wellbeing - spend a relaxing day at Nevai Elemis Spa in Verbier
  • Helicopter ride - escape to some of the Europe's best off-piste skiing after a magnificent helicopter ride and enjoy an original and challenging descent on one of Verbier's fantastic slopes
  • Alpine Zoo - visit the Alpine Zoo Les Marécottes in nearby Salvan
  • Adventure Park - discover Evionnaz the largest Adventure maze in the world
  • Water Park - spend a full day of fun at Le Bouveret Water Park or Swiss Vapeur Park
  • Lausanne - take a day trip to Lausanne and discover many museums, including the Olympic Museum and the Hermitage Foundation and the cathedral
  • Market - visit Aosta which hosts a huge market every Tuesday
  • Skiing - a common ski pass allows you to tour all the way from Verbier to La Tzoumaz, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, to Thyon and back
  • Winter hiking - enjoy the beautiful scenery which Verbier offers. It has 25 km of signed trails that start at the resort
  • Biking - discover Verbier's Bike Park
  • Dogsledding - explore the countryside from within a dog sled
  • Airboard - enjoy the thrill of speed sledging on a big air cushion.
  • Horse-riding - discover the beautiful scenery on horse back
  • Cross country skiing - find a 6-km trail at an elevation of 2200 m, with a panoramic view that will take your breath away
  • Skating - indoor skating rink (30x60m)

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS IN VERBIER

  • Medran Park - Open all year round
  • Cinéma de Verbier - Open all year round
  • Saint- Bernard, Musee et Chiens - Open all year round
  • Verbier Galerie du Hameau - Art Company - Open all year round
  • Coskun Gallery (Post-war and contemporary art) - Open all year round
  • Art Gallerie and Jewelry workshop - Open all year round

ZERMATT

  • Winter walking trails
  • Extensive Cross country skiing
  • Glacier Hiking
  • Curling
  • Ice Skating
  • Ice Hockey
  • Ice climbing
  • Indoor climbing wall
  • Bowling
  • Tobogganing
  • Helicopter Tours & Heli-Skiing
  • Paragliding
  • Indoor Swimming pool
  • Fitness Centre
  • 6 Indoor Tennis courts
  • Horse drawn sleigh rides
  • Igloo Village

KLOSTERS

  • Winter walking trails
  • Extensive Cross country skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Curling
  • Ice Skating
  • Ice Hockey
  • Ice Climbing
  • Tobogganing
  • Helicopter Tours & Heli-Skiing
  • Paragliding
  • Indoor Swimming pool
  • Fitness Centre
  • Indoor Tennis courts
  • Indoor Golf
  • Horse drawn sleigh rides
  • Igloo Village
 

Time Zone

GMT + 1 hour

Language

French and German is spoken in Switzerland. French is the predominant language in Verbier.

Currency Information

CHF (Swiss Francs)

Tipping Suggestions

In restaurants a service charge is built into menu prices. However, it's customary to round up amounts when paying the waiter or waitress if you're happy with the service. This means that you might hand the server CHF 50 for a CHF 47 meal. If you're paying by credit card, hand the server a cash tip of up to 5%. For Taxis as in restaurants, round up or add 5% when you're happy with the service. Tips to your chalet staff are entirely at your discretion.

Arrival & Departure Formalities

Travel documents are your responsibility. In general you should have:

  • Overseas passport holders require a valid passport, but a visa is not necessary for stays of up to three months. In general passports are required, except by EU nationals holding a valid national ID card.

Weather

Switzerland's winter temperature range is -2 °C (28 °F) to 7 °C (45 °F), with the snow remaining in the Alps until around April.

Health

It is advisable to contact your doctor before you travel if you have any specific health concerns and imperative to take out appropriate travel and medical insurance. Winter sports involve a high degree of risk and you should be in good health and carry adequate medical insurance in case of winter sports accident, including cover for air ambulance.

Electricity

Electrical service in Switzerland is supplied at 220-240 volts/50 hertz.

Driving InfoRMATION

  • Traffic from the RIGHT has right of way, except at roundabouts or if their road has a white line across it.
  • You should always be carrying in the car your Passport or national ID, driver’s licence, the car insurance papers and ownership (rental) papers.
  • National speed limit on motorways is 120 km/h, on open roads 80 km/h and in towns 50 km/h. 
  • In Switzerland you pay an annual motorway tax, even if you're only using the motorways for an hour or two. A vehicle sticker, or vignette, must be displayed on the windscreen by all vehicles. Of course, if you don't need to use a motorway you don't need to pay, although it's difficult to cross the country without doing so.You can for example buy them in Switzerland from customs offices at the frontier or service stations, garages and post offices.
  • There are strict laws concerning drinking and driving. Anything over 0.08 per cent and you could face anything up to imprisonment.
  • Snow chains are recommended to be carried everywhere in Switzerland during winter, and if you do not carry and fit them when conditions demand the police can prevent you continuing your journey.

 


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