Our Guide to Ski Pass Prices in Europe

Customer 17 Nov, 2022 · 5 min read

When booking your ski trip, lift passes will always be one of the more substantial costs involved, especially when buying multiple passes for larger groups. We have put together a pricing guide for some of our most popular ski resorts in Europe.

In this blog we have included high season pricing, if you are flexible on your dates you will normally find early and late season passes at a lower price. When you book your lessons with us on Maison Sport, you will be able to speak to your instructor who will have the most up to date information regarding lift pass deals. Prices will often fluctuate during the season so please take this information as a guide.

Please keep in mind that you may find different offers in resort vs. online. Some resorts will do discounts for early purchase online, however, many resorts will offer the same pricing in resort or not sell online at all. It is worth checking your resort website when you book for the latest information.

If you ski frequently, all the ski resorts mentioned also do season passes so make sure to check when you purchase. There are a number of passes we mentioned - e.g. Verbier 4 Vallées and Trois Vallées that span across a few resorts in one area. The Ikon Pass, however, is one that spans across over 50 resorts worldwide including the US, Asia, Europe and Oceania. This pass is available only as a season pass for €1187.50 and youth discounts are available. The resorts the Ikon Pass covers in Europe are: Andorra, Grandvalira Resorts, Kitzbühel, Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Dolomiti Superski, Zermatt Matterhorn)

In addition to this, a UK tech start up called Alto.Ski has recently launched a pay-as-you-go style lift pass, which charges at the end of your skiing day, offering the best rate for the days/hours you have used the pass for. The resorts included are: Alpe Cimbra - Folgaria - Lavarone, Aprica, Folgarida - Marilleva, Klausberg, La Thuile - La Rosiére, Livigno, Madonna di Campiglio, Pejo, Pinzolo and Speikboden. This is a great idea if you would like to be flexible around the days and hours you ski on your trip.

We hope this blog has helped inform you about the various lift prices on offer in popular resorts around Europe. If you have any further queries don't hesitate to get in touch with us or your instructor when you make a lesson booking.

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