The lift system in the three valleys is operated by a plastic proximity card being hands-free. You will not need a photo, in fact you need never take it from your left hand pocket all week.
How do I get my lift pass?
When you have booked your holiday with Alpine Action, we will send you a link for reserving your lift pass with us, so when you arrive in resort your life passes will be ready and waiting for you. Payment for your lift pass can be made by cash, credit or debit card and will be taken on arrival in resort only.
For those who can ski we would strongly recommend the full three valley pass. The difference between a one valley and a three is approximately £40 based on a 6 day pass.
A discounted family pass of at least 2 adults and 2/3/4/5 children under 18 years, can also purchased via us. Please see below the cost of lift passes.
Three Valley Lift Pass Prices
Family of 4
5 -12 Years
65 -75 Years
Family of 4
Ext 1 Day Three Valley
|We are awaiting single valley prices|
The family pass price shown above are for 2 adults and 2 children.
A family pass must be at least 2 adults and 2 children under 18 years of the same family, additional children under 18 years can be added to make a family pass of 2 adults + 3/4/5 children.
Three Valley is 256.80 € pp Example: Family of four will be 4 x 256.80 = 1027.20 €
Meribel Valley is TBA€ pp
Courchevel is TBA pp
Half day passes You are able to purchase a 1/2 day pass for either the morning or afternoon (starts 12.30)
For those flying you will require a 6 day pass.
Those aged under 5 years and over 75 years, can enjoy free skiing. Proof of age will be required.
1 day - 23.50 €
6 days - 72.50 €
There are no separate valley passes, so with either of the above you can be adventurous and even get over to Courchevel from Meribel.
1 Journey passes
1 journey up the Saulire Express for access to the Folie Douce is 15€ pp
1 journey up either, Tougnete or Rhodos 15 € pp
1 journey to the top of either Tougnette or Saluire Express is 18.50 € pp