A WORLD CLASS SKI REGION
Les 4 Vallées is undeniably one of the most dynamic ski regions in Europe and yet one of the least publicised. A well-kept secret by those in the know. 92 lifts interlink 412kms of groomed pistes, connecting the numerous resorts of Verbier, La Tzoumaz, Siviez, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, Mayens de L'Ours, Thyon, Les Collons and Les Masses.
A MULTITUDE OF ACTIVITIES
Hidden Dragon is a snow-covered magical wonderland in the winter and spring. The Four Valley ski region is suitable for people of all abilities and ages - there is truly something for everyone: board parks, world cup race pistes, freeride championships, numerous ski de fond trails, torchlight descents, and multiple opportunities for the snow-walker on raquettes to enjoy the alpine air.
Hidden Dragon is a serene destination for an assortment of outdoor Valaisan activities in the summer and autumn - yoga, meditation, golf, hiking, rafting, paragliding, wine-tasting to name just a few.
Off-piste skiers and riders can maximize the potential of the region by experiencing the legendary unmarked trails off the back of the Mont Fort summit. The backcountry options are incalculable and the reason why expert alpinistes return year after year in search of untracked snow. For those looking for even more adventure, heli-skiing or ski-touring are readily available.
A HIDDEN GEM
Hidden Dragon is perched above the sleepy village of Veysonnaz at 1500m. Away from the crowds and the queues, Hidden Dragon residents prefer the slopes to themselves. With empty pistes on one's doorstep, but with the vast and exciting region where all resorts are within easy reach, Veysonnaz is a truly a hidden gem.
HIDDEN BUT EASILY ACCESSIBLE
Despite Hidden Dragon's secluded location, this alpine lodge is a mere 15 minutes drive away from Sion - which is serviced by its own airport, heliport, and train station. Less than 2 hours drive from Geneva and less than 3 from Zurich, the Hidden Dragon chalet is easily accessible by our international guests.
Resident March 2010
Resident April 2009
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