Les Deux Alpes Ski Passes

How much is a ski pass in Les Deux Alpes?

Last update: 04-12-2021

Les Deux Alpes is quite simply a skiers paradise. Officially regarded as one of the highest altitude resorts in the French Alps, it offers fantastic skiing experiences for all ski abilities. It has up to 225 kilometres of snow pistes which are spread out over altitudes ranging between 1,650 metres to 3,568 metres. The ski area is serviced by an efficient network of up to 52 lifts consisting of cable cars, gondolas, chairlifts, magic carpets and drag lifts.

Some of the world's top professional snowsport athletes visit Les Deux Alpes every year to train. Racers, freestylers and different international ski teams have graced the slopes in preparation for domestic and international cups and tournaments. Les Deux Alpes is also one of not too many ski resorts which offer high altitude skiing for beginners; with a good selection of its blue runs located above 2,500 metres. In fact, there is blue run thats starts at the top of the glacier at 3,600 metres and runs all the way down to the Mont de Lans village at 1,300.

Due to its altitude and snow reliability record, you are almost guaranteed snow sure pistes throughout the season and with pistes that cater to a wide variety of ski abilities across skiers and snowboarders, purchasing a Les Deux Alpes lift pass is fantastic value for money. If you plan on visiting Les Deux Alpes, we recommend you plan to stay for 6 or 7 days at very minimum to maximise all the amazing skiing opportunities available at this fantastic resort.

Types of Les Deux Alpes Ski Passes

The Les Deux Alpes ski area is split into two; the Vallee Blanche ski area ( referred to at the resort as the small ski area) and the Glacier ski area ( referred to simply as the Big ski area). The Vallee Blanche ski area covers the smaller part of the ski area closer to the resort, including a lot of the southwest-facing slopes, while the Glacier area covers the majority of the 225 kilometres of ski terrain area. Both areas have pedestrian access. It is important to note that although the Vallee Blanche ski area is closer to the resort, the runs here are made up of reds and tricky blues which are suited to confident intermediates and not exactly beginner-friendly with the bigger ski area having more options for beginners. There are discounts and concessions available on the ski passes for both areas.

Family Ski Pass

There are reductions for families via a Family+ Pack discount. This reduction is only redeemable to a family consisting of 2 adults and a minimum of 2 children between the ages of 5 and 18 years. The Solo Family pack will be eligible to a single adult and a minimum of 2 children aged between 5 and 18. Proof of age may be required for the children.

Group Ski Pass

The group ski pass is also referred to as the Crew Pack. This offers reductions on groups of 4 adults between the ages of 19 to 64 and or Juniors/Children between the ages of 5 to 18 years old. The Crew Pack can only be used on lift passes with a minimum duration of 6 days.

Disabled Pass

Disabled skiers in Les 2 Alpes can get reductions on their lift pass upon presentation of a proof of disability and identity card for the accompanying guide.

Free Pass

Children below the age of 5 and adults over the age of 72 can qualify for a free lift pass at Les Deux Alpes. Proof of identity or age will be required to redeem a free lift pass.

Where Can I Buy My Les Deux Alpes Ski Pass

Depending on where your accommodation is in Les Deux Alpes, you can purchase your ski pass from any of the 5 ticket offices on the resort. There are ticket offices in Venosc, Mont de Lans, Village 1800, Place de 2 Alpes and the Diable ski pass office. You can also buy a lift pass at any of the lift machines usually located at the bottom of the lifts. Our recommended option would be to purchase your ski pass with us directly as part of your ski holiday package.

Can I Pre-Book My Les Deux Alpes Ski Pass?

Yes, you can pre-book your Les Deux Alpes ski pass prior to your arrival at the ski resort. You can also pre-book your ski pass directly with us as part of the overall ski holiday booking. It is by far, the simplest and most convenient method of securing your ski pass. It allows you to travel with peace of mind, knowing that your ski pass has already been secured and is ready and waiting for pick up upon arrival. You do not need to spare a thought about joining the long queues in the snow to purchase a lift pass. Just add your and families lift pass to your order during the booking process and proceed. There is no extra payment required for pre-booking and you also get to save precious time upon arrival. Just pick up your lift pass and head for the slopes.

How Do Ski Passes Work in Les Deux Alpes?

The ski pass is loaded onto a plastic card that is enabled for digital and contactless activation. Once electronically loaded, it can be used to activate the lifts and barriers at the slopes. If placed in a front pocket or jacket sleeve, it could operate the lift barriers without direct contact, making it easier to access the lifts.

What About Pedestrian Ski Passes in Les Deux Alpes?

Pedestrians are not left out at Les Deux Alpes with access granted to the several lifts at the resort. Great news for visitors who want to take a day off the slopes and explore the area via walking, hiking. Photographers, hikers and the lot can roam the area on a pedestrian pass. Pedestrians can use the following lifts; both Jandri Express (1 and 2), Funiculaire and Mont-de-Lans, the Venosc cable car, Cote, Village, Diable, Belle Etoile and Oeufs Blancs chairlifts.