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Lift passes for your Ski Holiday

Morzine Lift Pass Prices 2022-2023

Morzine is part of the larger Portes Du Soleil ski area. There are two lift pass options available: "Local Area" (Les Gets and Morzine) and "Full Area" (all 12 Portes Du Soleil resorts). The local area pass is usually sufficient for beginner skiers. The full area pass is better suited to experienced skiers and boarders looking to explore and cover more ground. Please note, the local area pass does not include access to Avoriaz.

Lift passes

Area Covered Six-Day Adult Price 2022-2023*
Local Area Les Gets & Morzine €228.00
Full Portes du Soleil Area €292.50

Les Deux Alpes Lift Pass Prices 2022-2023

We are currently waiting for the 2022-2023 liftpass prices to be published. If you'd like us to notify you when they are made available, please let us know.

Lift passes 2022-2023

Area Covered Six-Day Adult Price 2022-2023*
Les Deux Alpes €TBC

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Les Gets Lift Pass Prices 2022-2023

We are currently waiting for the 2022-2023 liftpass prices to be published. If you'd like us to notify you when they are made available, please let us know.

Les Gets is part of the larger Portes Du Soleil ski area. There are two lift pass options available: "Local Area" (Les Gets and Morzine) and "Full Area" (all 12 Portes Du Soleil resorts). The local area pass is usually sufficient for beginner skiers. The full area pass is better suited to experienced skiers and boarders looking to explore and cover more ground. Please note, the local area pass does not include access to Avoriaz.

Lift passes

Area Covered Six-Day Adult Price 2022-2023*
Local Area Les Gets & Morzine €228.00
Full Portes du Soleil Area €292.50

Meribel and Three Valleys Lift Pass Prices 2022-2023

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Meribel is part of the larger Three Valleys ski area. There are two lift pass options available: "Local Area" (Meribel Valley) and "Full Area" (all of the Three Valleys' resorts). The local area pass is usually sufficient for beginner skiers. The full area pass is better suited to more experienced skiers and boarders, looking to explore and cover more ground.

Lift passes

Area Covered Six-Day Adult Price 2022-2023*
Meribel Valley €305.00
Three Valleys Full Area €360.00

Chamonix and Les Houches Lift Pass Prices 2022-2023

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Les Houches is part of the larger Chamonix Mont Blanc ski area. There are two main lift pass options available: "Les Houches Forfait" (Les Houches only) and "Mont Blanc Unlimited" (all of the Chamonix Valley and more). The Les Houches pass is usually sufficient for beginner skiers. The full Mont Blanc Unlimited pass is better suited to experienced skiers and boarders, looking to explore and cover more ground.

Zell Am See / Kaprun Lift Pass Prices 2022-2023

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The "Alpin Card" lift pass is the standard pass for Zell Am See. It is also valid for the entire Ski Circus area, which includes Schmittenhöhe (Zell am See), Kitzsteinhorn and Maiskogel (Kaprun), Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Leogang and Fieberbrunn. This area has 121 lifts covering 408 kilometres of slopes. It also includes night skiing in Zell Am See. We can book this pass for you and have it waiting at the hotel, at no extra charge.

Lift Passes FAQ

First time skiing? No problem. Here is a quick FAQ of the most common questions we get about lift passes.

  • What is a lift pass?

    A lift pass is a ticket or card that gives you access to the slopes, via a ski lift. Lift passes give you access to the Local Area (the resort you're staying in), or, where available, the Full Area (the larger ski domain that your resort is a part of).

  • Do I need a lift pass?

    Basically, yes. If you want to do Alpine skiing, where you only ski downhill, then you will definitely need a lift pass. Some people prefer to do activities like cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing, and you don't always need a lift pass for those. But pretty much everyone on a Ski Gathering holiday requires a lift pass.

  • How much do lift passes cost?

    The price of your lift pass will vary depending on a number of factors. These include:

    • Duration of lift pass (e.g. 5 or 6 days)
    • Age of skier (adult, child, OAP)
    • Area covered (local or full ski area)
    • The popularity of the ski resort
    • The time of year (peak, off-peak, summer)

    Discounts are often offered to seniors, children, or groups, and beginners. Lift passes can be purchased for a half-day, a full day, a week (most commonly six days), or for the full season. See the Resorts that we operate in for more details.

  • Where to get a lift pass?

    If you're staying in one of our chalets, then we'll be more than happy to book your lift passes for you. You can pick them up on arrival, at no extra cost! Alternatively, you can purchase your lift pass online, via your ski resort's official website, or pick them up directly from the main tourist office of your resort.

  • What's the difference between local and full area?

    A local-area lift pass gives you access to all the ski lifts within that specific resort only. In the case of Les Gets, for example, the local-area lift pass allows you to ski to Morzine, but you would need a different lift pass if you wanted to continue onward to Avoriaz. Local-area lift passes are ideal for beginners, families and short-break visitors because they give you access to lots of skiing but are still very budget-friendly.

    A full-area lift pass allows you to use all ski lifts which can be accessed within the ski area. To continue the example from above, a full-area lift pass bought in Les Gets would allow you to ski to any resort in the Portes du Soleil ski area (of which Les Gets is part). Full-area lift passes are ideal for experienced skiers, especially those who are staying for more than a few days. They cost more than local-area passes, but they give you access to much more skiing. Perfect if you want to explore and enjoy a variety of skiing.

  • How do I organise my lift pass?

    If you're a guest in one of our chalets, then we can organise your lift pass for you. This is all part of our concierge service and comes as a part of your holiday. Want your lift pass waiting for you on arrival? No problem. Just let us know and we will make it happen.

    Best of all, we do not charge for this service. If you're a guest in our chalets, this service is a part of your holiday. There are no hidden "fees" or "charges". Our price is the same as if you were to book your lift pass service yourself. We add links to all our supplier's websites, so as you can have a look at the prices. In some cases, lift passes in resorts can actually be more expensive when they're purchased directly from the supplier.

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