La Pasay restaurant, Bruson La Pasay restaurant, Bruson
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Restaurant de La Pasay

La Pasay
La Pasay

Local produce

Situated at 2163 m, at the top of the brand new La Pasay chairlift, the newly renovated restaurant is now open. After 7 months of work, the former snack bar has been transformed into a restaurant, designed in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings.

Very popular amongst hikers and those who enjoy good food, it’s easily accessible (only 15 minutes from Le Châble). From there, you just need to take the cable car and the detachable chairlift, which is equipped with comfortable Porsche seats and weather-protection covers (“bubbles”).

Once you are comfortably installed on the terrace at the La Pasay restaurant, you can admire the panoramic view over the Mont-Blanc, the Six Blanc, La Ruinette and the Grand- Saint-Bernard. The warm, cosy interior has been tastefully decorated and furnished in a contemporary style, with a central wood burner surrounded with stone from Saxon.

If you fancy a break, come in and enjoy a delicious meal made with local produce and served in a convivial atmosphere. To accompany your food, enjoy some good wine from some of the best producers in Valais.

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The restaurant

For this project, Téléverbier SA hired Philippe Bruchez, an architect from the Val de Bagnes who worked mainly with local firms.

Carole Lambiel-Moos, Téléverbier’s commercial director, was involved in planning the decor.

The restaurant seats 64 people inside and 80 on the terrace. The picnic area on the ground floor has 60 places and is equipped with vending machines (drinks and snacks).

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The Menu

The La Pasay restaurant menu offers all the gourmet cuisine you could wish for, made with incredible local produce. Take a peek!

Don't miss our chefs' suggestions in the summer programme.

Menus for children and groups also available.

Menus for groups available. For group bookings of more than 10 people, please contact the following address:

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Opening hours and contact

Sommet de La Pasay
1934 Mayens de Bruson

+41 (0)27 775 26 10 

Season Dates Opening hours

From December 16, 2023 to February 16, 2024

From February 17 to April 7, 2024

Every day from 9.15 am to 4.15 pm

Every day from 9.15 am to 4.30 pm


From June 29 to September 1, 2024

Every day from 9.30 am to 4 pm


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Practical information

The La Pasay restaurant can be reached in all seasons thanks to a variety of access routes.

Please note that the restaurant is not accessible by car.

New: Purchase a day pass for hikers or bikers and get a discount of CHF 35 deducted directly from your bill (when you spend a minimum of CHF 50). When you ask for the bill, you’ll need to show proof of purchase: this could be either the receipt for your day pass for hikers/bikers or your online order confirmation for the pass. 


You can access the restaurant on our ski lifts. From Le Châble, take the cable car to Moay, then the La Pasay chairlift to reach the summit. To get the best price, book your pedestrian pass online on

Click here to buy your pass.

VIP Pass holders can travel for free in summer.

If you have reduced mobility and would like to visit the restaurant, please contact us for more information.

In summer, fans of hiking and mountain biking are spoiled for choice with the many marked trails and enduro tracks.

For ski enthusiasts and especially freeriding fans, the Bruson ski area has several routes for you to fall in love with.

From Moay, you can reach the restaurant while on a beautiful hike. We suggest two different routes:

La Pasay restaurant is easily accessible by bike, with charging stations specially designed for e-bikes. These are available free of charge in front of the restaurant.

Cyclists will also be able to transport their bikes via the lifts from Le Châble to the top of the La Pasay chairlift.

In addition to children’s menus, La Pasay is well equipped to ensure you have a great time with the family.

  • High chair
  • Changing table
  • Playground

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