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How much are ski passes in Tignes-Val d'Isère?

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Last update: 13-07-2024

Tignes-Val-d'Isère Ski Passes

Tignes-Val d’Isere Ski Passes FAQs

Overview

With up to 300 kilometres of snow-sure pistes sitting on high altitude slopes with fantastic snow conditions, you are certainly better off getting a full Tignes-Val d’Isere ski pass to benefit from having a free run of the entire ski area. Formerly known as the Tignes-Val d’Isère ski area, this ski area is one of the largest in France and is also one of the sought after ski destinations in Europe. With a Tignes-Val d’Isere ski pass, you will realise that there is more to the area than 300 kilometres of pistes. You also get access to two glaciers, slopes as high as 3,400 metres altitude, excellent snow conditions and a world-class snowmaking facility. If you are visiting for 6 or more days and plan to do a lot of skiing, we would always recommend going for the full area ski pass rather than the local access pass in order to maximise your stay to the fullest. The Tignes-Val d’Isere ski pass also has discounts and variations on the passes as we have detailed below.

Family or Tribe Pass

This pass can be redeemed by a family of at least 4 members including 2 adults. To redeem, the Family Pass must be purchased as one single payment and should reflect the same time and duration for all skiers included in the pass.

Group Pass

The group pass can only be applied for a group of 20 more and must be purchased in one transaction, showing identical times and duration for all members.

Children and Seniors Rate

Children aged between 5 and 13 and seniors ages between 65 and 74 can get reduced rates on the Tignes-Val d’Isere ski pass on presentation of proof of identification.

Where Can I buy An Tignes-Val d’Isère Ski pass?

You can purchase your Tignes-Val d’Isere ski area lift pass from either of the resorts of Tignes and Val d’Isere. At both resorts, the lift pass can be purchased from the ticket offices across the different areas in the resorts or the lift machines at any of the lifts. If you are aiming to book your ski holiday to the Tignes-Val d’Isere with Erna Low this season, we would strongly urge you to secure your ski pass with us directly whilst making your holiday booking. It is a very convenient way of securing your ski pass and it also saves you a great deal of time and hassle. The resorts of Tignes and Val d’Isere rank among the top ski destinations not only in France but in Europe as well; this means the resorts do tend to get very busy over the season. Avoid the potentially long queues and purchase your ski passes online with us. The purchase process is very simple and straightforward and can be completed within a matter of minutes, taking only a few clicks of the mouse to complete.

Can I Pre-Book My Tignes-Val d’Isère Ski Pass?

Yes. You can easily pre-book your Tignes-Val d’Isere ski area lift pass weeks or even months in advance. Pre-booking your pass is always the best way to secure your pass and it allows you to potentially gain from discounts such as early-bird bookings and other exclusive offers that may be available prior to the start of the season. One of the advantages of booking your ski pass ahead of time is that it allows you the pleasure of having one less thing to worry about on your journey to the Alps and it frees up your itinerary by having fewer tasks to complete on your holiday; essentially saving you the headache waiting until you arrive at the resort to buy your ski pass. Please also be advised that the prices offered by us will match and not exceed the prices provided in the resort.

How Do Ski Passes Work in Tignes-Val d’Isère?

The Tignes-Val d’Isere ski pass works very similarly to how most ski passes function in general. When you purchase a ski pass, the duration of stay, area access and times are electronically added or credited onto a plastic smart card which you must carry on you in order to operate the gates and turnstiles to the lifts ( gondolas, chair lifts etc). The lift pass needs to be scanned at the barriers in order to open them. Most lift pass holders may have them in their jacket front pocket, sleeve pocket or on their necks with a lanyard for easy access and activation; in some cases, if stood close enough, the scanners will read the card in the pocket without necessarily having to present them out. It is important that you keep the ski passes on you at all times on the ski slopes as you may not be able to access the slopes without them.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Tignes-Val d’Isère?

If you can't get enough of the sights in Tignes-Val d’Isere from the ski slopes, you can certainly get a closer look as a pedestrian. The area is abundantly blessed with amazing scenery and both resorts operate fantastic pedestrian access to the mountains. Tignes has 8 pedestrian lifts; two of which are completely free. For pedestrian access, use the Tovière, Brévières and Boisses gondolas. The pedestrian chairlifts are the Chaudannes, Tichot and Bollin (The Bollin is a free pedestrian chair lift); and the Grande Motte cable car. Val d’Isere also has 8 pedestrian lifts which are as follow; Solaise, Vallon and Daille gondola; the Pim Pam and Poum magic carpets; the Olympique and Fornet cable cars; the Bellevarde chairlift and the Furnival.