A network of 10 lifts operates in the Four Valleys region during the summer, giving you access to a huge amount of hiking paths, mountain biking trails or just letting you get up the mountain to admire the amazing views.
From mid-May to the end of October, you can take the lifts from La Chable to Verbier centre and then onwards into the Four Valleys area. The lift timetable is a little complicated, so have your holiday dates in mind when you take a look at the lift opening dates and times in the link below. You can take mountain bikes on the lifts with relative ease and animals, babies and buggies are easily transported too.
Lifts will stop running in the case of high winds or bad weather, but you can check on this before you head out by looking at the live lift status.
Summer lift pass prices and lift pass options are slightly different to winter - it is worth checking which lifts you can use before setting off. Paragliders also have access to a number of lifts throughout the summer.
|Lift Access & Restrictions|
|Cable Cars||Gondolas||Chairlifts||Drag Lifts|
Yes, and must be kept on a lead at all times
|Babies||Yes, but it is inadvisable to take infants under three years up the Mont Fort lift (3,300m)||✓||✓||X|
Babies - It is not recommended to expose babies to sudden changes in altitude or temperature - if lift staff consider your child too young to travel on certain lifts they reserve the right to refuse you entry. The Mont Fort lifts climbs to an altitude of 3,300m, you are advised not to take children under the age of three years old on the last section of this lift.
When to come
Take a look at the summer lift opening dates and timetables.
How to get passes
You can buy tickets directly from the lift pass offices or buy your passes in advance online. See all the summer lift prices and options available.