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Courchevel 1850 Ski Passes

How much is a ski pass in Courchevel 1850?

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Last update: 16-01-2022

Courchevel Ski passes

Courchevel is one of Europe's most beautiful ski resorts and it also ranks among one the most sought after ski getaway destinations in France. What also makes Courchevel really special is its location within one of the world's largest recognised ski areas, The Three Valleys. It has just over 600 kilometres of pistes which stretch across three different resorts and the two countries of France and Switzerland. Located at a very high altitude, The Three Valleys has a very good snow record and the conditions remain excellent all season. Courchevel is most certainly one of the best places to enjoy a memorable ski experience. Read further on the types of ski passes available.

Types of ski passes in Courchevel

You can choose from two 2 ski pass types in Courchevel. Family, Beginner and Group discounts can be applied on both types of ski passes at Courchevel. The two types of ski passes are distinguished based on the allowed access of each pass. The Courchevel ski pass grants access to the local Courchevel area which covers up to 150 kilometres of pistes. This is more ideal for short stay visitors probably in the Alps for a weekend retreat and do not want to exert themselves. The Three Valleys ski pass on the other hand grants full access to the extensive Three Valleys ski terrain and as such, its 600 kilometres of pistes including the areas of Val Thorens and Meribel ( and the smaller resorts in the terrain and across the border in Switzerland). The Three Valleys ski pass is well suited to visitors staying for 6 days or longer as it gives freedom to explore the entire area over the course of the visit. Feel free to get in touch with us for any additional information you need on the Courchevel ski pass.

Courchevel Group Ski Passes

Group discounts are available to apply in Courchevel under the Duo and Tribu ski pass allowance. The group discount can be redeemed for skiers in a group of 2 ( Duo) or over three (Tribu) people in the group. The Duo and Tribu discounts can only be purchased online and as an advanced booking a minimum of two days before arrival at Courchevel. The passes also have to be bought in a single payment and must represent the same time duration. The duration for the passes are a minimum of 6 days and up to 14 days or longer.

Courchevel 6 Day Passes

Purchasing a 6 Day pass is a popular option for visitors at Courchevel who are there for at least a week. The 6-Day pass discount can be applied to either of the main ski passes ( The local Courchevel ski pass or the Three Valleys ski pass). Day passes are available at Courchevel as well, with the price range depending on age of the pass holder.

Courchevel Single and Multi-Day Passes

Discounts to Single or Multi-day ski passes are available but only applicable on the Three Valley ski pass. This is applicable on any pass from 4 hours and up to 14 days. Prices are dependent on age.

Three Valleys Wellness Ski Pass

The 3 Valleys Wellness Ski Pass is available for a 6,7 or 8 day purchase. This ski pass also includes access to the Aquamotion Spa and Wellness Centre on Courchevel. Additionally, the pass also grants access to all the lifts at 3 Valleys.

Courchevel Children and Senior Ski Passes

Children below the age of 5 and Seniors who are 75 years and over are eligible for a free ski pass at Courchevel. Only available at the ticket offices and proof of age must be presented at time of purchase.

Courchevel Disabled Ski Passes

Disabled Ski passes are at a 50% discount for disabled skiers and one companion. A disability badge will be required at purchase. available only on the resort and are exclusive to the Courchevel-Les Gets pass. They come at a reduced price for adults and children and are only available for purchase at the resort.

Courchevel Free Beginner Lifts

There are free lifts available at Courchevel ski resort for beginners to use. These are lifts in Courchevel 1300, Courchevel Village, Courchevel Moriond, Copilot, La Tania and Bellecote.

Courchevel Seasonal Pass

There are seasonal passes available at Courchevel. There are also early and late season discounts which can be applied to both the Courchevel and Three Valley passes.

Where can I buy a Courchevel lift pass?

You can buy your Courchevel lift pass from either of the five ski offices across the resort. Three of which are located at the Gondola stations at La Tania, Le Praz (Courchevel 1300) and Courchevel Village. There are two other offices at Courchevel 1650 and 1800. Alternatively, you can also purchase your lift pass with us online at Ernalow. Don't hesitate to get in touch for any booking inquiries or additional information.

Can I pre-book my Courchevel ski pass?

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

Like most ski resorts in the area, the ski passes in Courchevel are electronically credited onto a card that 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 Courchevel?

There's more to skiing in the Alps. If you are visiting Courchevel to take in the breathtaking mountain scenery or to go on a snow hike, you have not been left out. There is a Three Valley Pedestrian Pass available for either the entire season or alternatively, between 1 to 8 days. The Three Valley Wellness Pedestrian Pass comes with a tasty incentive of 2 massage sessions in the Aquamotion Centre and Courchevel. The rates on the Pedestrian pass varies depending on whether it is a single or return trip. All Pedestrian passes can only be purchased at the ticket offices in Courchevel.