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Méribel Ski Passes

How much is a ski pass in Méribel?

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Last update: 25-01-2022

By getting a Meribel ski pass, you are getting access to one of Europe's most expansive ski area which also ranks among the worlds biggest; Le Trois Vallees (The Three Valleys). With over 600km of ski terrain across two countries and three resorts, there is more than enough terrain to cover on your ski holiday. Some of the ski terrain in the Three Valleys sit at very high altitudes which tend to receive very heavy snow fall. The large dumpings of snow leads to amazing snow-sure slopes and further in resulting in excellent skiing conditions. When you consider the expansive ski terrain, great snow record and the high-altitude slopes, purchasing a Meribel ski pass represents value for money.

Types Of Ski Passes In Meribel

Méribel ski resort has 2 main ski pass types to choose from (both can have different discounts applied to the, for example, family ski pass discount, group ski pass, beginner etc). The major difference between the 2 ski passes is specifically the coverage area of the passes and how much access is granted. The cheaper ski pass is the Meribel Valley ski pass which only covers the local area of Meribel which stretches access to 150 kilometres of pistes within the Meribel-Mottaret area, while the Three Valleys pass offers full access to the entire 600km across both Meribel and Val Thornes and 5 other resorts stretching into Switzerland. Visiting Meribel for over a week? Our reccommendation would be to purchase the Three Valleys ski pass which grants access to the full 600 kilometres of the Three Valleys. Don't hesitate to contact us if you need any additional help.

Meribel Group Ski Passes

Group ski pass discounts are available at Meribel under the Duo and Tribu passes which are also applied to other resorts in the Three Valleys. They can be applied to a pair (Duo) of skiers or to a group of three skiers and above, with the discounts reducing the cost per person. The group ski passes can only be purchased online and at least 2 days in advance. They also have to be purchased at the same time and the purchase for the group can only be made in one single payment. The Duo and Tribu discounts can only be applied to a ski pass with a minimum duration of 6 days and with a maximum of up 14 days.

Meribel Family Ski Pass

Family discounts are available in Meribel and can be applied on the Meribel ski pass and the Three Valleys ski pass. The family ski pass operates quite similar to how other resorts apply their family discounts. At Meribel, under the family ski pass, everyone listed as a family member is granted access under a children’s rate. The family ski pass can only be redeemable if the group consists of a minimum of two adults and between two (minimum) to seven (maximum) children aged between 5 and 17 years of age. The family pass can also only be applied to a minimum of four identical ski passes ( each representing a family member), bought under one transaction made online. Proof of age or other official documentation may be required.

Meribel 6 Day Passes

The 6 Day ski passes are a popular option among skiers spending a week at the resort. The prices vary depending on what type of access is required (The Meribel pass of the 3 Valleys Pass). available at Meribel. Single-day passes are also available at Meribel and Portes du Soleil at 3 separate rates depending on age. These rates are age-dependent and are split into 3 different age categories, adults (20-64 years), children (5-15 years) and Junior/Senior (16-19 years).

Meribel Beginner Ski Pass ( Mini Pass)

The Meribel Beginner ski pass (also referred to as the Mini Pass) is available to beginners at a cheaper rate than the standard Meribel Valley Pass and is ideal for beginners looking to learn ski in a less busy environment and away from more seasoned skiers.

Meribel Single and Multi-Day Passes

Single to Multi-day passes are available on the 3 Valley Ski Pass from 4 hours and up to 14 days. Prices vary from children and adult rates.

3 Valleys Liberte Pass

The 3 Valleys Liberte Pass allows frequent skiers who visit at least 8 days a season the freedom to ski anytime they wish to, without needing to visit the ski ticket office. Payment for the 3 Vallees Liberte pass is made as an annual subscription via direct debit.

Meribel Children and Senior Ski Passes

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

Meribel Seasonal Pass

The Meribel season pass is available for visitors who ski more than 18 days per annum. It is available for both the Meribel Valley and the Three Valley ski pass. There are also early and late season discounts that can be applied to both the Meribel Valley and Three Valley pass. Ideal for regular skiers who ski for more than 21 days a year.

Where Can I Buy A Meribel Lift Pass?

There are 2 options for obtaining a lift pass at Meribel. You can buy your Meribel Valley or 3 Valleys lift pass from any of the 6 ski offices located across the area. You will most likely come across the Le Rond Point Ski Pass Office at the heart of the resort; however, there are 5 other offices located around the lifts and Gondolas across the resort. You can also purchase your lift pass online with us on Erna Low. Once you’ve selected your ski accommodation, you’ll have the option to add ski passes for everyone in your family or party.

Can I Pre-Book My Meribel Ski Pass?

Yes, you can pre-book your Meribel ski pass. It’s the most convenient way to get your ski passes for your ski holidays at the Meribel 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 Meribel?

The Ski passes in Meribel are electronically credited onto a SmartMedia card which is equipped with a chip for information storage. The card is similar in size, shape and likeness to a regular credit card. It is hands-free activated which means it can be activated remotely at the lift turnstiles without having to present it. It can be kept in a front pocket or ski jacket sleeve pocket for easy activation.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes In Meribel ?

Do you want to take a break from skiing and go on hikes to admire the breathtaking valleys and the mountain range? There are pedestrian lifts in Meribel that grant access to other areas of the ski terrain for snowshoeing and other non-ski activities. The pedestrian ski pass rates differ from the regular ski pass rates. Pedestrian lift passes can only be bought in the ticket offices.