Tignes Ski Passes

Tignes lift pass prices

Last update: 21-01-2022

Tignes ski resort counts amongst one of the largest ski resorts in Europe, spanning across the two resorts of Tignes and Val d'Isere which nestle in the Tarentaise Valley in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. Gifted with an abundance of over 300km of pistes and over 100 lifts connecting skiers across the resort, there is more than enough playroom to indulge.

Types Of Ski Pass In Tignes

There are two types of Tignes lift pass prices available at Tignes ski resort. You can purchase a less expensive local area pass that grants access only to the Tignes Valley or you can opt for a full access Tignes-Val d'Isere ski pass which grants full access to the entire 300km across both resorts, including the L’Espace Killy ski area. Planning to visit for a week or more? We would recommend the full access pass for a truly rounded experience across both resorts.

Tignes Family Ski Passes

Family lift passes may be available at up to a 20% discount; however, the discount is exclusive only to the Tignes-Val d'Isere lift pass and can only be redeemed by a family of at least 4 members. The discount allows each family member to gain access to a children’s rate. To be eligible for the family pass, the family must consist of no more than 2 adults aged between 22 years and 74 years, no more than 3 children aged between 5 years and 17 years, or students aged between 18 years and 21 years. The family ski pass can only be redeemed on a stay of no fewer than 6 days.

Tignes Group Ski Passes

If you intend to visit Tignes in a group of over 20 people, there are special rates available for a discounted Tignes lift pass. Contact Ernalow directly for quotes.

Tignes Disabled Ski Passes

There is a 50% discount for disabled skiers and an accompanying adult or companion. The disabled passes can be accessed for Tignes and Tignes-Val d'Isere lift passes. They are only available for purchase at the ski offices and would require a certificate of disability.

Tignes Single and Half-day Pass

Single and half-day passes are available for purchase at Tignes ski resort. The Ski Passes are available from 4 hours minimum and up to 15 days. The prices do vary between children and adults.

Tignes Free 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. There are also 6 lifts that are completely free for beginners on the nursery slopes. Ski instructors at the resort will provide information for these.

Tignes Multi-Day Passes

Multiple days passes range between 2-15 days on Tignes Ski resort for both Tignes Valley and Val d'Isere. The rates are dependent on the age channel of purchase.

Where Can I buy Tignes Lift Pass?

You can either buy your ski passes for your holidays in Tignes from the ski pass office when you get to the resort or you can purchase them from us here at Erna Low. Purchasing from us in advance is sure to save you hours of queuing time at the resort. Once you have selected your ski accommodation, you will have the option to add ski passes for everyone in your family or party.

Can I Pre-Book My Tignes Ski Pass?

Yes, you can pre-book your Tignes ski pass. It is the most convenient way to get your ski passes for your ski holidays in Tignes. That way you will be sure to get the best rates and you will avoid queuing for ages in Tignes ski resort.

How Do Ski Passes Work In Tignes?

The ski passes in Tignes are electronically credited onto a card that 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 Tignes?

Not interested in skiing and only just visiting Tignes for the sights and some snowy trotting through the mountains? No problem! Pedestrians get reduced prices on some of the lifts. The pedestrian passes are available for single and return trips. Tickets can be purchased at ski offices on the resort.