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Paradiski Ski Passes

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To fully enjoy all the slopes in the Paradiski , one of the largest ski areas in Europe, you will need to purchase a Paradiski ski pass. This ski area covers all the ski resorts in the Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry, all the La Plagne villages and all the smaller neighbours dotted around. All of which adds up to 425 kilometres of marked pistes and countless kilometres of unmarked and off-piste maps. The area also includes 238 pistes, 4 snowparks and 2 half pipes. The terrain here makes for some fantastic skiing; featuring glacier skiing, forest and tree-lined runs and long wide-open runs. The slope altitudes range between 1,200 metres to 3,200 metres with more than 70% of the skiing here located above 2,000 metres altitude. The conditions on the pistes are fantastic and if there were ever any snow shortages, the area would be very well covered by an efficient snowmaking facility that has up to 958 snow cannons at the ready and on standby.

Types of Paradiski Ski Passes

At any of the resorts, when selecting a ski pass, you can choose from a local area cover ( either at any of the La Plagne villages or any of the Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry resorts ) or a Paradiski pass which covers access to the full area. Be advised that the Paradiski passes you purchase may differ based on the duration you select as well as additional perks granted. There are also available discounts on the Paradiski passes depending on what resort area they are offered from.
Duo Pass
This pass offers savings for two passes purchased for the same duration, range, date all made from a single purchase. Reduced prices for children aged between 5 and 12 years of age and adults between 65 and 74 years of age. It is also only valid on durations between 6 to 15 consecutive days.
Tribe Pass
Often referred to as the Tribú pass. This pass offers savings for a minimum of three passes made in a single purchase covering the same range, durations and same dates. It also offers reduced prices for children aged between 5 and 12 and adults aged between 65 and 74 years. It is also only available for durations between 6 to 15 consecutive days.
Family Package
Ideal for a family of at least 4 or 2 adults and a minimum of 2 children between 5 to 17 years old. Reduced prices apply for adults between 65 and 74 years old and the family package must be purchased in a single purchase and should reflect similar durations, ranges and dates.
Where Can I buy a Paradiski Ski pass?
You can purchase your Paradiski ski pass from several outlets and at any of the ski resorts within the Paradiski area. It covers all the ski resorts within the Les Arcs ski area and the La Plagne resorts.

Whilst at the resorts, you can purchase the lift pass via the ticket machines at the lifts or the ticket offices at the different resorts. Alternatively, if you plan on visiting any of the ski resorts within the Paradiski ski area this season, you can also purchase your Paradiski ski pass directly from us at Erna Low as a part of your customised ski holiday package. Avoid all the long queues during peak season and simply include your ski pass in your overall holiday package with us. It is a super easy process that is completed in mere minutes. Read on for more information.

Can I Pre-Book My Paradiski Ski Pass?
Yes. You can pre-book your Paradiski ski pass weeks and even months in advance. Pre-booking your ski pass is by far the most convenient method of securing your ski pass. It is also probably the easiest way and it allows you to browse and be eligible for a number of early-bird discounts.
It also allows you to free up your itinerary when you arrive at the resorts as you do not need to worry about buying ski passes since they have already been sorted. If you plan on visiting any of the resorts in the Paradiski ski area, we would strongly recommend you endeavour to pre-book your pass in advance.
How Do Ski Passes Work in Paradiski?
Paradiski passes operate the same way the majority of the ski passes in the Alps operate. Once purchased, access to the area is electronically credited onto a smart card which bears a similar resemblance and functions as standard electronic cards.

The cards need to be scanned in order to gain access past the electronic barriers leading to the lifts, gondolas, cable cars etc so it is important that you keep them on you at all times. You can place them in your front jacket pockets, sleeve pockets or wear them around your neck for quick and easy access to get you through the barriers and turnstiles. In most cases, the cards can be scanned remotely without taking them out of the jacket sleeves; you may just need to make sure they are held within close proximity to the scanners.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Paradiski?
Pedestrian lift passes are available to purchase for access to the mountains across the Paradiski ski area.
For family outings, snowshoe walks and mountain hikes and trails, pedestrians can take in the sights on foot and access the area via 11 lifts across the ski area, ranging anytime from 30 minutes to 5 hours every day during the winter season.

Pre-booking your ski passes with Erna Low is easy - either choose the option online while you're booking your accommodation or call us on 0203 011 1222 if you've already booking your accommodation and we'll gladly add it to your ski holiday package.