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Grandvalira Ski Passes

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A Grandvalira ski pass grants you access to the biggest and most expansive ski area in the Pyrenees and southern Europe. Skiers are greeted with up to 210 kilometres of fantastic slopes spread across 130 pistes. There are fantastic skiing opportunities for the whole family in the Grandvalira ski area thanks to its very good snow conditions, sunny slopes and pistes that reach over 2,500 metres altitude. The Grandvalira ski pass also permits access to any of its 3 main ski resorts of Soldeu, El Tarter and Pas de la Casa as well as 4 other sections of the ski area. The entire ski area is generally beginner and family-friendly with 65 of its 130 slopes blue and green rated. If you are visiting for over 6 days, we would strongly recommend purchasing a Grandvalira ski pass as opposed to a local ski pass for your resident resort; as this allows you to make the very most of your time here as well as explore and cover as much ground as possible.

Types of Grandvalira Ski Passes

There are different variations and offers on the Grandvalira ski pass to match the different skier profiles.
Children and Junior Ski Passes
This pass offers a discount for skiers aged between 6 and 11 years of age as children and 12 and 17 years of age as Juniors.
Senior Ski Pass
Skiers between 65 and 74 years of age get a discount on their ski passes. Official proof of age is required.
In addition to these discounts, there are also beginner, pedestrian and backcountry ski passes.
Where Can I Buy A Grandvalira Lift Pass?
You can purchase your Grandvalira ski pass from any of the ski resorts within the area. Ski passes are generally available for purchase at the lift machines and ticket offices at the resorts and as such the Grandvalira ski pass can be purchased from either Soldeu, El Tarter or Pas de la Casa.

If you are visiting any of the resorts in the area this season with Erna Low, you can also secure your Grandvalira ski pass directly from us online and as part of your ski holiday package. It is a very quick and easy process that can be completed in only a couple of minutes and it is by far the best and most convenient way of securing your Grandvalira ski pass. You don’t want to stand in queues at the lift machines or the ticket offices at any of the resorts in order to get your ski pass; instead of waiting around, just go through the barriers and turnstiles without sparring a second thought because you have already secured your ski pass.

Can I Pre-Book My Grandvalira Ski Pass?
Yes. You can pre-book your ski pass to the Grandvalira ski area with us online. Pre-booking your ski pass allows you to secure it days, weeks and even months in advance prior to your arrival at any of the resorts. Avoid the long queues and save the hassle of trying to buy your ski pass at the resort when you arrive.
Allow yourself time to yourself when you get to the resort and free up your itinerary when you get a lot of the services provided at the resorts sorted from the comfort of your home way before you even start packing your suitcase. Pre-booking your ski pass is just one of many products and services that you can complete online prior to your arrival.
How Ski Passes Work in Grandvalira?
Your Grandvalira ski pass functions the same way as most other ski passes functions across the remainder of the Alps. Once payment has been made, access to the ski area is credited to a plastic payment card that functions very similarly to a standard, regular payment or digital card.

The card can be scanned at the turnstiles and barriers to grant access to the holder and enable them to use the lifts in the areas. When on the slopes, you should carry your ski pass with you at all times as you will be unable to access any of the barriers without being scanned or swiped through with your pass. In order to keep it close and within easy reach, some holders wear it around their necks with a lanyard. Others may place it in a sleeve pocket or front jacket pocket where it can be easily reached to scan them through.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Grandvalira?
For the holidaymakers looking to get a closer look at the fantastic mountain range, a pedestrian pass will be perfect in granting foot access to the slopes. Nature lovers, wildlife and landscape photographers, snowshoeing explorers, hikers and many more are the typical pedestrian pass holders in the area.
As usual, pedestrians are not authorised on the ski slopes and some of the lifts for pedestrians are complete;y separate from the ski linked slopes. Grandvalira has two dedicated pedestrian lifts for all pedestrian pass holders and it includes two ascents and two descents on the same day. For more information on your Grandvalira pedestrian pass, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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.