New for this year
The big news for this season is that lift queues at Prarion, the
main link to the larger area, will be a thing of the past thanks to
the new gondola connecting it to Plan du Fou and replacing the
previous drag lift and chairlift combo. Lift capacity will triple
from 800 an hour to 2,400, making accessing the rest of the 4
Valleys much swifter.
Where to eat and drink
Two places worth booking to eat in resort are Le Mont-Rouge,
offering refined local dishes and awarded 14 Gault Milliau points,
and Le Grenier, for fabulous French fine dining.
On the slopes, Les Chottes is an atmospheric place to head for,
between Siviez and Thyon. A huge old barn, it has two sun terraces
(one reached through a snow tunnel), and a menu of traditional
Swiss mountain cuisine.
Where to stay
Take your pick from Chalets Etoile, Gingembre, Lune and Renard - the Hideaways Club owns four beautiful
properties in Nendaz, sleeping between nine and 12 people. Each is
ski-in/ski-out and is walking distance from Hameau les Clèves, a
delightful hotel, spa and restaurant that acts as an unofficial
members club to The Hideaways Club residents.
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