Morzine Ski Passes

Morzine ski pass price

Last update: 28-01-2022

With over 650km of pistes spread out across the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes in France and stretching past the Swiss border, Morzine and Portes du Soliel combine to form one of the biggest ski areas in the world; which leaves you with a whole lot of snowy landscape to cover on your visit! Due to its sheer size, ski passes in Morzine will typically take up a considerable part of the holiday budget but considering the amount of space you get to play on, it’s true money well spent!

Types Of Ski Passes In Morzine

There are 2 main types of passes available at Morzine ski resort which are the Morzine-Les Gets lift pass and the Portes Du Soleil lift pass. The Morzine ski pass price is categorised based on the granted access area across both ski resorts. The less expensive option will be the Morzine-Les Gets ski pass which grants access to only 120km of pistes, while the Portes du Soliel pass offers the full package which grants access to the full area of 650km of pistes and includes access into Switzerland and the resorts of Morgins, Les Crost and Champery, as part of the package. The 2 types of the Morzine Ski passes also vary on some of the group and family ski passes as there is a difference in price and some scenarios are exclusive to either Morzine-Les Gets ski pass alone or the Portes Du Soleil lift pass. Should you have any detailed requests for further inquiries on the specifications of the passes, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Morzine Group Ski Passes

Group ski passes for Morzine are usually advertised closer to the season and may only be available for purchase on the resort.

Morzine Half Day Ski Passes

The minimum access time allowances are 5 hour passes which are available at Morzine and Portes du Soleil at 3 separate rates depending on age. These rates are age-dependent and are split into 3 different age categories, adults (20-64 years), children (5-15 years) and Junior/Senior ( 16-19 years). The prices are also dependent on the channel of purchase (online or on the resort). Passes purchased online are slightly less expensive than passes purchased in the resort.

Morzine Single Day Passes

Single day passes are also available at Morzine and Portes du Soleil at 3 separate rates depending on age. These rates are age dependent and are split into 3 different age categories, of adults (20-64 years), children (5-15 years) and Junior/Senior (16-19 years).

Morzine Multi-Day Passes

Multiple day passes range between 2-6 days on Morzine and Portes du Soleil, with the rates also dependent on age and channel of purchase.

Morzine Disabled Ski Passes

Disabled Ski passes are available only on the resort and are exclusive to the Morzine-Les Gets pass. They come at a reduced price for adults and children and are only available for purchase at the resort.

Where Can I Buy A Morzine Lift Pass?

You can either buy your Morzine lift pass at the ski resort in Morzine or you can purchase them on Erna Low. Once you’ve selected your ski accommodation, you’ll have the option to add ski passes for everyone in your family or party.

Can I Pre-Book My Morzine Ski Pass?

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

The ski passes in Morzine are electronically credited onto a SmartMedia card which 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 Morzine?

Pedestrian ski passes are available at the Morzine Ski Resort and can only be purchased at the ski pass offices at Morzine.