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Ski Passes

Ski passes can be ordered in advance with your booking. They will be ready and waiting in your ski chalet when you arrive in Méribel, should you want to get your skis on straight away!

We have based the prices below on 6 days, but you can buy a pass for as few or as many days as you like. You can also buy a half day pass for when you arrive, if you’d like to ski that afternoon. These are the prices for the 2019/20 season. If you are skiing in a group of fewer than three people it will be cheaper to buy your passes through us, as we benefit from a group discount for all clients, regardless of group size. This discount is not available at the lift pass office for groups smaller than three.

Méribel Valley

Adult 6 days 270€
Child <12 yrs 6 days 216€
Family Pass 6 days 216€ pp
Seniors 6 days 243€pp

Three Valleys

Adult 6 days 321€
Child <12 yrs 6 days 256.80€
Family Pass (2 adults and 2 children <18yrs) 6 days 256.80€ pp 
Seniors: 65-75 yrs 6 days 288.90€ pp
Duo (Group purchase for 2 skiers) 6 days 311€pp
Tribu (Group purchase for 3 skiers) 6 days 306€pp

Pedestrian Pass

5 – 75 yrs 6 days 77.5€

Mini Pass

£30 per day

The Mini Pass allows access to a totally secure and landscaped area in Méribel, composed in major part of green and blue slopes to start well. Mini Pass map is available in lift pass office.

Insurance (Carre Neige)

Adult & Child  6 days 17.40€

Please note Carré Neige insurance covers you for transport off the mountain, either on or off piste. If you show your lift pass receipt to the pisteurs they will take the policy number and their costs will be met by the insurance – you have no further involvement. Once the pisteurs have dropped you at the doctors this cover ends. Carré Neige is not a full insurance policy – it’s a top-up cover designed to act in tandem with your state or private health insurance. It will reimburse only those costs not covered by your main insurance. Comprehensive winter sports insurance should cover you without the Carré Neige, but do check your policy before travelling.