The nearest airport is Geneva. From there, driving to Verbier takes 2 hours or you can take the train from Geneva airport to Le Chable (2.5 hours). From Le Chable, you take a gondola, bus or taxi up to Verbier (15 minutes).
Take the Médran lift to Ruinettes. From Ruinettes, you can walk down to your right around Le Mouton Noir. To your left you will see the vibrant Verbier 3-D Foundation Sculpture Park sign to start you along the gentle 3km path.
Or from Ruinettes transfer to the La Chaux Express lift. Take the lift to the bottom of La Chaux. Walk to the left of the Dahu Restaurant and take the path below heading right until you notice the first sculpture and the Sculpture Park sign. Continue on this path that will take you back to Ruinettes.
The colorful Verbier 3-D Foundation sign was painted by residency artist Tessa Perutz.
The Verbier 3-D Sculpture Park is an outdoor museum that stretches across a 3km path from Ruinettes to La Chaux lift stations. Come prepared to spend the day outdoors, wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring sunscreen, and water.
The best way to explore the Foundation's grounds is by foot, yet bicycle, e-bike, ski or snowboard is also a favourite among locals.
The Sculpture Park walking paths are flat and can be utilized by strollers and/or wheelchairs. Toilets with changing tables are located in either Ruinettes or the Jumbo lift stations.
Much of the Sculpture Park is open to the elements, has running or sitting water, and is home to wild animals, fauna, and insects. While Televerbier engages in maintenance and landscape management, visitors must be aware of the natural surroundings, including fallen and falling rocks, mud, water hazards and steep slopes or loose and uneven surfaces if exploring off the path.