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Information about the ski area
Printse
Highest point: 2,700 m
Lowest point: 1,400 m
Altitude ski resort: 1,400 m
Lifts in total: 44
Tow lifts: 32
Chair lifts: 7
Gondola lift: 5
Pistes in total: 220 km
Pistes:
43 km
Pistes:
159 km
Pistes:
18 km
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Ski area Printse

Ski area Printse

The lift pass "Printse" is valid for the areas Nendaz, Siviez (excl. Mont Fort), Veysonnaz and Thyon, with a total of approx. 220 kilometres of piste and 44 lifts. The pistes around Nendaz are quite manageable and therefore well suited for families. The area offers everything a winter sports fan may dream of: pistes of all levels of difficulty, endless deep powder snow slopes, boardercross and fun parks. On 3 evenings during the season the "Piste de Tracouet" and the "Piste de la Dent" are open for full-moon skiing! Beginners and children are well catered for: around the mountain station Tracouet and around the Lac Noir there are beginner areas and ski kindergarten and snow-tubing runs.

And if all this is still not enough, then you can find the perfect connection to the larger ski region here for unlimited skiing fun! Due to the connection of the ski areas Nendaz, Veysonnaz, Thyon und Verbier you can enjoy unbelievable 412 km of pistes over 3 mountains and 4 valleys. More experienced skiers are recommended to upgrade their lift pass to "4 Vallées" including Verbier and Mont Fort - a chance you should not miss!
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Night skiing Nendaz

In Nendaz, many winter sports enthusiasts still have not have enough of skiing during day time and want to enjoy being on their skis in the evening as well. The night ski area around the resort in French Switzerland offers skiers and snowboarders a very special highlight. When you go night skiing here, it is not all about having fun on the piste - there also is a great culinary offer. On special evenings, always in the full moon, the restaurant above the piste offers a special dinner, making night skiing under the starlit sky an adventure on and off the piste that you will not forget.

Après ski Nendaz

Directly at the pistes, cosy huts offer specialities from Wallis as well as hot and cold drinks. Once you are down in the valley, you can lie back and enjoy the evening sun on one of the café's terraces. At night you can paint the town red in one of the several bars and night clubs. "Malabar", with its reggae flair, the "Cactus Saloon", with an outside bar, and the stylish "Tchin-Tchin" are especially hot.

Apart from skiing, the area also offers saunas, massages, fitness, horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice skating, heli-skiing, tobogganing, squash, badminton, and bowling. You can also take part in activities like night skiing, guest ski races, ski tours, and nightly snow-shoeing.

Snowpark: Snowpark WoodPark Nendaz

Freestylers and boarders who like to dare a risk will feel right at home in the snow parks of the 4 Vallées. The different areas are only waiting to be explored, attracting freestylers and spectators with various obstacles. The "Centralpark" in Thyron and the "Snowpark La Chaux" in Verbier offer all kinds of options to both beginners and more experienced freestylers. Another lift park is the "Woodpark" at the La Jean-Pierre Piste in Nendaz. If offers a broad selection of obstacles. All are made from wood which gives the park its name. Slides, kickers, rails and boxes offer especially eco-friendly freestyle-fun.

If you also like a good battles besides daring a risk, then you should try the "AudiQuattro" Skicross. Up to four people at once are set free on the piste Fontanet. It offers steep curves, jumps and waves from start to finish. A visit worthwhile!

Is the Printse ski area not right for you? Then have a look here instead: Ski areas Switzerland