Luxury Ski Chalet in Veysonnaz, Switzerland

The Hidden Dragon ski chalet is perched above the sleepy village of Veysonnaz in Switzerland at 1500m.  Far away from the crowds and the queues, Hidden Dragon residents prefer the slopes exclusively to themselves. 

The ski chalet in Switzerland, reveres nature and thus is a celebration of organic materials. Built with traditional architecture and wooden interior, this instils the chalet with rustic Swiss ‘cabane’ charm. Ancient feng shui principles and a hint of Asia are harmoniously fused with modern design and contemporary and antique pieces.

An ideal size for both groups of friends and families, the 12-sleeping ski chalet is a perfect combination of fun and luxury. 

The destination of Les 4 Vallees in Switzerland is a well-kept secret by those in the know. It has 92 lifts interlink 412kms of groomed pistes, connecting the numerous ski resorts of Verbier, La Tzoumaz, Siviez, Thyon, Nendaz, and where Hidden Dragon sits, Veysonnaz.

Off-piste skiers and riders can maximize the exclusive potential of the region by experiencing the legendary unmarked ski trails off the back of the Mont Fort summit. The backcountry options are incalculable and the reason why ski experts return year after year in search of untracked snow.  

Although Switzerland's 4 Vallees is notorious for its dynamic skiing, we know not all skiers are in search of fresh tracks and white-knuckle freeriding every day!  For those who would prefer non alpine skiing or boarding activities, you may like to consider some of the following 4 vallees’ snowy pastimes whilst in Switzerland: snow-shoeing (raquettes), cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice-climbing, or simply walking along the ancient bisses? Or even relaxing in the Hidden Dragon spa...

Following a ski session - residents can look forward to having the fully catered chalet ready and toasty warm waiting for them. 

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 What People Are Saying

"The ultimate ski-in, ski-out luxury!"

Tiffany Buirski.
Resident March 2010

"A stunning, secluded, stimulating environment"

George Juer.
Resident April 2009

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