La Rosière ski pass

How much is a ski pass in La Rosière?

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Last update: 23-09-2021

La Rosière Ski Pass Overview

Resting very close to the Italian border in the Espace San Bernardo ski area is the quiet, traditional French ski resort of La Rosière. The Espace San Bernardo ski area is shared with the resort of La Thuile which is situated across the border in Italy, making it very possible to ski across two countries on one ski trip. The views from over the Tarentaise valley from both La Rosière and La Thuile are absolutely stunning. The ski resort is located at 1,850 meters with a large chunk of the ski terrain and pistes upwards from 2000 meters and up to 2,800 meters which is quite an impressive altitude and perfect for preserving excellent snow covering on the slopes. La Rosière however, does have south-facing slopes but its neighbour La Thuile has a lot of north-facing slopes, which ensures it has an excellent snow quality record. The entire area is serviced by an upgraded, modern lift network system that works efficiently. You can take the lift across the Italian border for a tasty lunch if you fancy it.

Types of La Rosière Ski Passes

The ski area of Espace San Bernardo is shared between both La Rosière and La Thuile. The ski pass grants access to the entire ski terrain which is made up of 152 kilometres of pistes. The runs at La Rosière are generally made up of cruisy blues best suited for beginners and intermediates looking to build more confidence and consistency. Advanced skiers will find more challenging reds at La Thuile. The Espace San Bernando pass grants access to all the lifts across the ski area. There are also special offers for :

Children and Youth:

There may be significant discounts available for children under the age of 8 years old, young children no older than 14 years old, and children under 18 years old. Photograph identification will be required.

Seniors:

There may be discounted prices for persons over the age of 65. Photograph identification will be required.

For additional information and inquiries on the possible availability of group, family or disabled ski passes on the Espace San Bernardo ski pass, do not hesitate to contact us.

Where Can I Buy A La Rosière Ski Pass

You can purchase your ski pass online or at the resort ticket offices when you arrive for your holiday. If you would like to save your time and avoid the hassle of queueing for lengthy periods in the cold at the ticket stalls, why not buy your ski pass with us online and travel to La Rosière with peace of mind knowing that your ski pass will be waiting for you on arrival. It is by far the easiest and most convenient way to obtain a ski pass and avoid the queues and crowds especially if you are visiting during the peak season.

Can I Pre-Book My La Rosière Ski Pass?

Yes. It is possible to pre-book your La Rosière ski pass. It is a very straightforward process you can complete online with us. Pre-booking your ski pass is a very convenient way to secure your ski pass and before leaving for your ski holiday. If you would like to explore the possibility of securing your ski pass with a pre-booking before you arrive at La Rosière, please do not hesitate to contact us.

How Do Ski Passes Work in La Rosière?

Ski passes in La Rosière function in a very similar fashion to the majority of other ski passes in resorts across Europe. After payment, the ski pass is uploaded electronically onto a hands-free card that works and functions very similar to a credit card or train-travel card. Once ready to use, it can be swiped at the card reader terminals to gain access into the lifts, gondolas etc. Important tip; please note that the card is hands-free activated, which means you can actually just put your card in the sleeve pocket of the jacket, and gain access easily by just waving your arm with the ski pass card for easy touch-free entry.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in La Rosière

There are pedestrian passes available at La Rosière. The resort is well known for its walking routes and has designated, well-marked pedestrian paths which grant access to the mountain range and specifically to some of its panoramic viewpoints and scenic valleys. Photographers, bloggers and other professionals who are not just visiting for skiing but may want to capture the natural beauty of the surrounding terrain can obtain the pedestrian pass for an upfront view. There are also a lot of outdoor non-ski activities in La Rosière which may be accessible via some of the pedestrian lifts.