There are several different types of lift pass you can buy for your ski holiday. Individuals can buy a Meribel only pass or a full 3 Valleys pass, and there are special rate passes available for families, groups, beginners and pedestrians.
Popular ski passes
There are two main types of 'Meribel Ski Pass': the 3 Valleys Pass (full area) and the Meribel Valley Pass (local area). The 3 Valleys Pass is more expensive and comprehensive, covering all the lifts in Meribel and the neighbouring resorts of Courchevel and Val Thorens. The Meribel Valley Pass covers the lifts in Meribel and Mottaret but no further, so is best suited to beginners. Most skiers buy the six day 3 Valleys pass, as this allows you to explore many more pistes, mountain restaurants & bars and the neighbouring resorts without having to worry if you've 'crossed a border'!
|3 Valleys Ski Passes 2019/20|
6 Days: €312.00
6 Days: €249.60
6 Days: €280.80
2 pers. p/p
6 Days: €302.00
3 pers. p/p
6 Days: €297.00
Min 4 pers. p/p
6 Days: €249.60
How to buy ski passes
There are two lift-companies in the valley, depending on whether you are staying in Meribel-Mottaret or Meribel. Make sure you get your pass from the right one if you're picking your pass up in resort, otherwise you'll have a trek to get to the right office.
You can buy your Meribel-Mottaret or Meribel passes online but before you buy anything we recommend you check the weather forecasts for your arrival and/or speak to your accommodation provider or ski school, who should be able to advise you of the best options.
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