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Long weekend end of March - near Geneva (title update)

 Poster: A snowHead
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From GVA a train to Martigny, then short connecting train to Le Chable - the train/télécabine/bus timetable is at [1]. Up to Verbier on the télécabine or PostBus and no need to hire a car or pay for parking. Check to see if they have a supersaver ticket [2] on SBB (but you will have to commit to a specific train/time). If you want cheap, then there's a hostel next to the train station at Le Chable [3], and up the mountain at Ruinettes [4]. Otherwise, take a look at the accommodation section of the Verbier [5] website, where you can also buy passes in advance (but check there's not a train+ski offer on the SBB website first). Or contact the Tourist Office and see what they can come up with for you.

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@LaForet, thank you so much for the detailed advice!
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