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Paradiski Ski Passes

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To fully experience the vast ski terrain of Paradiski , one of Europe's largest ski areas, acquiring a Paradiski ski pass is essential. This pass grants access to all ski resorts in Les Arcs/Peisey-Vallandry, La Plagne villages, and surrounding smaller areas. Together, these regions offer 425 kilometers of groomed slopes and extensive off-piste options. With 238 pistes, 4 snowparks, and 2 half pipes, the area caters to diverse skiing preferences. Skiers can enjoy glacier skiing, forested trails, and expansive open runs. Slope elevations range from 1,200 meters to 3,200 meters, with over 70% of skiing above 2,000 meters. The ski conditions are excellent, supported by 958 snow cannons for snowmaking, ensuring optimal snow coverage even in periods of low snowfall.

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
The Duo pass provides discounts when two passes are bought together for the same duration, range, and date, all in one transaction. There are discounted rates for children aged 5 to 12 and adults aged 65 to 74. Additionally, it is valid only for durations spanning 6 to 15 consecutive days.
Tribe Pass
Frequently called the Tribú pass, this ticket provides discounts when purchasing at least three passes together in a single transaction, all with the same range, duration, and dates. Additionally, it grants discounted rates for children aged 5 to 12 and adults aged 65 to 74. Moreover, it is exclusively valid for durations spanning 6 to 15 consecutive days.
Family Package
Suitable for families consisting of either at least four members or two adults accompanied by a minimum of two children aged 5 to 17. Discounts are available for adults aged 65 to 74, and the family package must be bought together in a single transaction, aligning with comparable durations, ranges, and dates.
Where Can I buy a Paradiski Ski pass?
Your Paradiski ski pass is available for purchase at various locations and ski resorts throughout the Paradiski area, granting access to all ski resorts within both the Les Arcs and La Plagne regions.

During your stay at the resorts, you have the option to buy your lift pass using the ticket machines located at the lifts or at the various ticket offices within the resorts. Another convenient option, especially if you're planning to visit any ski resorts in the Paradiski ski area this season, is to purchase your Paradiski ski pass directly from Erna Low as part of your personalized ski holiday package. By doing so, you can bypass the long queues that often occur during peak season and seamlessly integrate your ski pass into your overall holiday package with us. This hassle-free process takes only a few minutes to complete, ensuring a smooth start to your ski vacation. Keep reading for further details.

Can I Pre-Book My Paradiski Ski Pass?
Yes, it's possible to reserve your Paradiski ski pass well ahead of your trip, whether it's weeks or months in advance. Opting for advance booking stands out as the most convenient approach to ensure your ski pass. Moreover, it's likely the simplest method, affording you the opportunity to explore options and qualify for various early-bird offers.
Upon arrival at the resorts, having your ski passes pre-booked liberates your schedule, eliminating the need to concern yourself with purchasing them. This proactive approach ensures seamless access to the slopes without any last-minute hassles. We highly encourage pre-booking your passes ahead of time, especially if you intend to explore the Paradiski ski area.
How Do Ski Passes Work in Paradiski?
The Paradiski passes function in a manner akin to most ski passes found in the Alps. Upon acquisition, access to the skiing area is digitally loaded onto a smart card, resembling and operating like conventional electronic cards.

To access the lifts, gondolas, cable cars, and other amenities, it's necessary to scan the cards at electronic checkpoints. Hence, it's vital to carry them at all times. You can conveniently store them in your front jacket pockets, sleeve pockets, or wear them around your neck for swift access through the barriers and turnstiles. Typically, the cards can be scanned remotely while they're still in your jacket sleeves; however, ensure they are close to the scanners for effective scanning.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Paradiski?
Lift passes designed for pedestrians can be acquired to enable access to the mountainous regions within the Paradiski ski domain.
During the winter season, families and individuals can enjoy outdoor activities like snowshoeing, hiking, and walking along mountain trails. Accessible via 11 lifts scattered throughout the ski area, visitors can explore the picturesque scenery on foot for durations ranging from 30 minutes to 5 hours.

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.