Ski Pass Information
If you’re heading to Les Gets for the first time you’ll want to get a good idea of the skiing options. You can purchase two area passes the first which will do most families for sure and many intermediate skiers is for the Les Gets/Morzine area; the second is the extended pass which take sin the whole of the Portes du Soleil area. The offers and ski pass prices are listed below as an indication of costs for both.
The lift pass company have given the hotel a terminal which can issue passes from reception at the hotel. these are priced exactly the same as an online purchase or purchase from the lift pass office but you have the advantage of not having to queue. We can also top up passes from past seasons
For many skiers the Les Gets Morzine pass will provide more than enough cover for your week’s skiing and for a six day pass it’s going to cost you around £140 for adults and about £105 for children.
New: 5-consecutive hour ski pass
Start when you want! In the Les Gets/Morzine area, start when you want and ski 5 consecutive hours! No need to watch the clock, arrive when you want, resulting in a shorter wait at the ticket booth.
Free access to the slopes. 12 km of marked trails. Les Chavannes, altitude 1500m, accessible by gondola or by road. Mont-Chéry, altitude 1500m, accessible by gondola.The cross-country trails are prepared with double tracks and for skating step.Cross-country ski lessons and guided excursions: ask in the ski schools.
Family rate – 10% Discount
To benefit from the Family Discount it is necessary to book a minimum of 4 Les Gets/ Morzine lift passes valid for 6 to 14 consecutive days in advance.
May not be combined with any other offers/specials. It is not possible to pick up your Family reduction at the ski-lift windows upon your arrival.
Les Gets / Morzine pass – Less than 5 years old and older than 75 years old
Ski pass is Free for under fives and over 75′s. An identity card must be presented.
Prices for Les Gets/Morzine in Season 2016-17.
|Individual Rates||Adults||Children (5-15)||Senior (65+)|
|5 Hour Pass||35€||26€||30€|
|Finish by 14.30 or 15.00||26,50€||21,50€||24,50€|
|1 Day Pass||39€||29€||34€|
|2 Day Pass||72€||53€||60€|
|3 Day Pass||107€||80€||90€|
|4 Day Pass||136€||103€||116€|
|5 Day Pass||165€||124€||140€|
|6 Day Pass||196€||147€||166€|
|7 Day Pass||217€||163€||183€|
|8 Day Pass||237€||178€||200€|
|9 Day Pass||261€||196€||221€|
|10 Day Pass||287€||216€||244€|
|11 Day Pass||309€||233€||262€|
|12 Day Pass||330€||247€||281€|
|13 Day Pass||349€||261€||296€|
|14 Day Pass||371€||291€||316€|
End of Season Pass
A 20% discount on all les Gets-Morzine liftpasses from 1st April 2016.
Ski Pass Portes du Soleil
With access to twelve resorts in France and Switzerland the Portes du Soleil ski pass increases your skiing options to 650km of pistes. It’s obviously more expensive than the Les Gets/Morzine area and for six days in season 2014/15 will cost around 242.5€ for adults and 182€ for kids.
A 10 % discount* on a family Portes du Soleil liftpass, based on at least 4 people (minimum 1 adult). Offer valid all season for a lift pass of minimum 6 days at all lift company ticket offices upon presentation of relevant ID – again usually a passport for each family member is required.
For all 16-19yr-olds, enjoy a 10%* discount all winter on Portes du Soleil liftpasses.
Prices for the Portes du Soleil in Season 2016-17
|Individual Rates||Adults||Children (5-15)||Juniors/Seniors (16-19 & 65-74)|
|5 Hour Pass||46€||35€||41€|
|1 Day Pass||51€||38€||46€|
|2 Day Pass||97€||73€||87€|
|3 Day Pass||139€||104€||125€|
|4 Day Pass||179€||134€||161€|
|5 Day Pass||216€||162€||194€|
|6 Day Pass||255€||190€||230€|
|7 Day Pass||288€||216€||259€|
|8 Day Pass||318€||239€||286€|
|9 Day Pass||346€||260€||311€|
|10 Day Pass||371€||278€||334€|
|11 Day Pass||394€||296€||355€|
|12 Day Pass||416€||312€||374€|
|13 Day Pass||436€||327€||392€|
|14 Day Pass||455€||341€||410€|
End of Season Pass
A 15% discount on all Portes du Soleil liftpasses from 1st April 2017.