Avoriaz ski pass

How much is a ski pass in Avoriaz?

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Last update: 18-09-2021

Avoriaz Ski Passes

Avoriaz is part of the area that makes up one of the largest ski areas in the world; the Portes du Soleil. It has over a staggering 650km of pistes spread across France and Switzerland.

Types Of Ski Passes In Avoriaz

There are 2 types of passes available at Avoriaz ski resort; the Avoriaz Ski pass and the Portes Du Soleil ski pass. Both ski passes vary depending on age, length of ski duration, ski area access and time of year. The less expensive option is the Avoriaz ski pass which grants access to 75km of pistes ( better suited to short stays), while the Portes du Soliel pass offers the full package which grants access to the full area of 650km of pistes and includes access into Switzerland and up to 12 different resorts; Morzine, St Jean d’Aulps, Les Gets and La Chapelle-d'Abondance in France. Some of the resorts in Switzerland include Morgins, Les Crosets, Champery and Torgon. The 2 types of the Avoriaz Ski passes vary on certain criteria such as group and family passes and may differ on prices and the various scenarios which may be exclusive to the Avoriaz ski pass or the Portes du Soleil ski pass. Should you have any detailed requests for further inquiries on the specifications of the passes, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Avoriaz Group Ski Pass

There are group discounts available on the Portes du Soleil ski pass. Avoriaz also has the Duo and Tribu ski pass discounts which operate similarly on other resorts. The offers are applied for skiers in a pair or in a group of over 3 people which allows savings on the total cost per person depending on the group size; a pair (Duo) or three and above (Tribu) They are only available for advance purchase and must be bought online, at the same time and in one single payment for the same duration of time for the whole group.

Avoriaz Single and Half Day Ski Passes

There are single and half-day ski passes for both ski pass types from 5 hour minimum. There are also 1-day and 2-day ski passes available for the Avoriaz ski area. The Portes du Soleil has multiple-day passes up to 14 days.

Avoriaz Childrens and Senior Ski Pass

There are free ski passes for under 5-year-olds and over 75 years old. Available on proof of age presentation and can be purchased at ski pass offices on the resort.

Avoriaz Beginner Ski Passes

The beginner ski passes are only available at the ski pass offices at Avoriaz and grant access to up to 12 lifts.

Additional Passes and Discounts

Additional passes available include Seasonal Passes for both Avoriaz and Portes du Soleil ski pass areas; Park and Stash Snowpark Pass in Avoriaz ( available for 1 day purchases and grants access to the 4 snowparks in Avoriaz; Stash, Lil Stash, Arare and Chapelle); There are other passes and discounts available seasonal Avoriaz

Where Can I Buy An Avoriaz Lift Pass?

You can buy your Avoriaz lift pass at any of the 5 ski pass offices or lifts in Avoriaz. The easiest lift pass office to locate is the Promenade des Festivals located close to the Tourist office at the town centre. If you have booked a residence at Elinka there is also a ski office very close to the information point at the Elinka Residence buildings. Alternatively, you can buy a ski pass online from us at Erna Low from the comfort of your home. Feel free to get in touch now for any inquiries.

Can I Pre-book My Avoriaz Ski Pass?

Yes, you can pre-book your Avoriaz ski pass. It’s the most convenient way to get your ski passes for your ski holidays at the Avoriaz Ski Resort. That way you’ll be sure to get the best rates and you’ll avoid queuing for ages when you arrive.

How Do Ski Passes Work in Avoriaz?

The Ski passes in Avoriaz function very similarly to most ski passes you would encounter on ski resorts across Europe. The ski passes are electronically credited onto a smart card which is equipped with a chip for information storage. The card functions similarly to most digital cards with a swipe function at turnstiles and lifts barriers. They are hands-free activated and can be kept in a front pocket or ski jacket sleeve pocket for easy activation when within proximity of a turnstile.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Avoriaz?

Are you just visiting Avoriaz for the stunning view? Are you perhaps more interested in a snowy wander through the mountains? You’re still more than welcome! Pedestrians and cross-country skiers have separate rates for single or return journeys. Avoriaz in particular has 7 lifts available for pedestrian and cross-county use in the Avoriaz ski area. Pedestrian lift passes can only be purchased at the ski offices on the resort; they are not available to purchase at the bottom of the lifts.