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Grand Massif Ski Passes

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The Grand Massif ski area is renowned as a top-tier skiing destination in France and Europe, boasting extensive development. It includes the well-known resorts of Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns, and Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval. Holders of the Grand Massif ski pass enjoy access to 265 kilometres of snow-covered trails across 148 slopes. With its exceptional connectivity, the area features 70 modern ski lifts seamlessly navigating the terrain. Elevations peak at 2,500 meters, with most slopes above 1,500 meters, ensuring optimal skiing conditions and snow reliability. Catering to various skill levels, the Grand Massif ski pass offers diverse skiing experiences. Designed for families and large groups, the resorts provide convenient access to accommodations, lifts, and amenities. Stays of six days or more in the Grand Massif region are best served with a ski area lift pass for comprehensive access to the domain.

Types of Grand Massif Ski Passes

In Grand Massif, you'll find the following ski pass types available:
Grand Massif Ski Pass
The Grand Massif ski pass provides entry to the entirety of the Grand Massif skiing domain, encompassing all its zones. This pass caters to individuals aged 15 to 74 for adults and 8 to 14 for children. Notably, children under 8 and seniors aged 75 and above enjoy complimentary skiing privileges, though identification is necessary for verification.
Additional savings and discount may potentially be available for those who book in advance, newcomers, individuals traveling on foot, holders of season ski passes, and those opting for weekend-only passes (Saturday Skiers).
Where Can I Buy A Grand Massif Lift Pass?
You have the option to obtain your Grand Massif ski pass from any of the 5 resorts located within the vicinity. Typically, ski passes are available for purchase either directly from the lift machines situated at the resorts or from the ticket offices within the resorts.

If you're considering a trip to the Grand Massif this season through our holiday packages, we advise purchasing your ski pass online from us in advance instead of waiting until arrival at the resort. Online purchases incur no extra charges compared to on-site purchases but offer significant time savings by bypassing peak-time queues, allowing you to hit the slopes promptly whenever convenient. Ordering your pass online is hassle-free, requiring just a few clicks, making it the simplest way to obtain your pass.

Can I Pre-Book My Grand Massif Ski Pass?
Indeed, you have the option to reserve your Grand Massif ski pass well in advance, whether it's days, weeks, or even months before your scheduled arrival at the resort. This method stands out as the optimal means of obtaining and securing your access to the Grand Massif ski area. Upon completing your online purchase, your ski pass undergoes preparation and is dispatched to you several days ahead, ensuring you have it in hand long before packing your suitcase.
Opting to pre-book your ski pass, along with other available services, as part of a tailored, all-inclusive ski holiday package comes with numerous benefits. By doing so, you streamline the arrangement of most additional services, thereby reducing the tasks on your in-resort to-do list and itinerary. This affords you ample leisure time to enjoy with your family while at the resort.
How Ski Passes Work in Grand Massif?
Your Grand Massif ski pass operates similarly to conventional ski passes. Upon payment, you'll receive a plastic smart card with digital capabilities, resembling standard cards.

Access to the ski area is digitally loaded onto the card, allowing entry through lift barriers via swipe or scan. It's essential to carry your ski pass while skiing as access to lifts requires it. For convenience, store it in your jacket's pocket or sleeve for remote activation, as some scanners can read it without direct contact.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Grand Massif?
Within the Grand Massif ski area, pedestrian tickets cater to various holidaymakers, including hikers and photographers wishing to explore the mountain range.
Non-skiers can access restaurants and panoramic views via gondolas. Pedestrian access is available at all resorts within the area, with specific access points: the DMC cable car in Flaine, La Kédeuze gondola in Les Carroz, GME or Saix gondola in Samoëns, and the Morillon gondola. Note that these access points may change over time.

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.