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SKI PASS OPTIONS IN VAL D'ISERE

There are a number of difference ski pass options in Val d'Isere.

For all information about lift passes in Val d'Isere take a look at the official website here

Lift passes will be available to buy from October.


No lift pass

Free beginner lifts (savonnette & village).

Free lift passes

Under 8yrs and over 75yrs

It is still necessary to get a physical pass from the ticket office. Proof of age will be required.

Pedestrian passes

Foot access only for walking or lunching.

Can be bought for single access, a day, a week or a season.

Solaise only pass

Access up the Solaise bubble to use magic carpets, Madeleine chair, Glacier Express chair & Datcha chair. These give access to a green run and variety of blue runs.

Available to buy daily. One single price for adults & children.

41km of runs.

Val d’Isere only pass

Access to all lifts in Val d’Isere but not Tignes.

150km of runs.

Full area pass

Access to all lifts in Tignes & Val d’Isere.

300km of runs.

Half day pass

Available for afternoon use only and valid from 12.45pm.

Season pass

If you plan to ski more than around 17 days during the season then the season pass will be your most economical bet.

Family pass discounts

Available when purchasing 2 adult passes & 2 child passes together.


AGES

Under 8s - free

Child 8-18yrs

Adult 19-64yrs

Senior 65-74yrs - discounted

Over 74s - free



Lift passes can be bought online at www.valdisere.ski


Lift passes can be bought in increments of days.

If you buy a 6 day pass you will get a 7th day free.

If you buy a 7 day pass you will get an 8th day free.

The number of days you buy a lift pass for are for use on consecutive days.

If you don’t think you will ski every day then it is advisable to buy a single day pass then once you have the physical card you can recharge it online in the mornings that you want to ski using the long number on the back.


ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

  1. Consider ordering your pass in advance to avoid having to queue up at the ticket office on your first morning. They normally open at around 8.30am but during peak weeks the queues will be huge and that is one stress you can remove from your holiday!

  2. Consider adding the Carré Neige insurance to your lift pass. I am sure that you already have insurance for your ski holiday (if you don't you certainly should!) but this additional peace of mind is well worth the €3.10 per day. With this insurance you will be rescued from anywhere on the mountain, free of charge without having to go through the hassle of contacting your insurance company or paying an excess. In addition, they will take you by ambulance to the nearest medical centre and your first appointment cost will also be convered.

For more on the ski are and skiing in Val d'Isere take a look at my post "VAL D'ISERE SKI AREA - getting the lay of the land"


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