A six day adult lift pass for the world’s largest ski area will reach 300 Euros next season.
The pass covers the 600km of ski runs and nearly 200 lifts shared by the resorts of Courchevel, Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Meribel and st Martin de Belleville amongst others.
Children aged 13 or older will also be charged at 300 Euros, however families of four with two adults and two children aged 5 to 18 pay the child price (otherwise charged to children aged 5 to 12) of 240 Euros for each family member – 20% off the adult price.
Lower priced passes are available for smaller sectors within the 3 Valleys, several of which are amongst the world’s largest ski areas in their own right.
When two or three skiers or boarders buy a 3 Valley pass for the same duration at the same time there is also a small saving with six day adult passes priced at 290 Euros each when a ‘Duo’ buy two together or 285 Euros when three buy passes together and qualify for the ‘Tribu’ rate.
Seniors aged 65 to 74 receive a 10% discount, children aged up to four and adults aged 75 or over ski or board free.