The mountains in summer

Here at Bramble Ski, we are fanatics when it comes to snow. However, the whole central team work and reside in the mountains year-round and, when the snow melts, we find that the tranquillity of the mountains really comes into its own.

With our year-round base in the mountains, we are able to provide our summer guests with the same attention to detail that they are accustomed to during their winter breaks with Bramble Ski. We have an incredible selection of properties available in Verbier, Zermatt, Lech and Val d’Isère during the summer, with all four resorts offering exciting summer activities as well as opportunities for R&R. Experience the pristine green meadows, idyllic lakes and lush woodlands, all framed by the very same snow-capped peaks that you skied in winter. The weather is often excellent and the atmosphere is decidedly less frantic than winter, making these locations great choices for a relaxing retreat.

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When the snow melts, Verbier transforms into a summer haven for families, peace-and-quiet seekers and adrenaline junkies alike. The dramatic landscape offers so much to explore, as well as providing a gathering place for the crème de la crème of multiple disciplines, from classical musicians to equestrian champions.

Image credits: Verbier 4Vallées, Yves Garneau



With the iconic and ever-present Matterhorn overlooking this stunning year-round resort, the transition into summer in Zermatt opens the door to a wealth of new activities to enjoy. A wonderful family destination that will capture the imagination of children, a cultural hub, a playground for athletes and a perfect destination for summer skiing (unavailable Summer 2022); Zermatt has something for everyone and should definitely be on your bucket list for the warmer months.

Image credits: Pascal Gertschen & Pedro Rodrigues Fotograf via



Lech in summer retains the same picture-perfect postcard charm, except now cloaked in shades of green instead of sparkling white. The mountains transform into a wilderness of vibrant wildflowers, gushing turquoise streams and emerald green forests, the perfect place to restore your mind and body.

Image credits: Lech Zürs Tourismus


Val d'Isere

An amazing family holiday location throughout the winter, Val d’Isère makes no exception in summer. With adrenaline inducing experiences on land, in water and in the sky, as well as notable events and activities for all, discover the sunny side of this famous resort.

Image credits: Office du Tourisme Val d’Isère



As the winter landscape gives way to rolling green meadows, Méribel becomes a wonderful summer destination with endless activities to immerse you in nature. Long, warm summer days mean the valley is drenched in sun for longer and you can explore the area in a plethora of new ways.

Image credits: Sylvain Aymoz – Méribel Tourisme


St Anton

With great connections to Zurich and Munich from Innsbruck, just over an hour drive from St Anton, it’s no wonder that keen hikers, bikers and climbers flock to the resort in the summer months for a refreshing Alpine break. Lush green valleys cloaked in wildflowers, craggy mountain ridges and serene lakes define the landscape here, and the atmosphere in the village is laid-back yet full of adventure seekers.

Image credits: Arlberg WellCom, Wolfgang Ehn, TVB St. Anton am Arlberg.



Courchevel is a wonderful summer location for adventure seekers, families, foodies and those who just want some peace and quiet alike. Boasting gorgeous summer scenery and a wealth of outdoors and cultural activities for all across its 6 pretty alpine villages, Courchevel is a mountain summer destination that has it all.



From atmospheric Bastille Day celebrations to the vibrant nationwide event that is the Fete de la Musique – there is arguably no better place to experience France’s summertime festivities than in Megève’s Mediaeval town center. An ideal destination for a culture trip with a healthy dose of fresh mountain air, a plethora of exciting outdoor activities and renowned restaurants where you can indulge in Savoyard specialties, this beautiful Alpine town should be on your bucket list.


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