Ski Passes


Ski Passes

For ski passes there are two options either the Châtel only pass or one for the Portes du Soleil  area. If you have been skiing before it is recommended that you go for the full Portes du Soleil pass giving you access to 650km of piste. Please note: once used the Châtel pass cannot be upgraded to a  full Portes du Soleil pass. The lift pass operates on a micro chip system which means it is ‘hands  free’ and you do not need to provide a photo.  A photo is required for all passes of 8 days and over.


Portes du Soleil:

650km of skiing, 9 snow parks , 201 lifts, 12 linked Swiss and French resorts

All prices in Euros per person

Duration Adult Child Junior / Senior
1 day 47,50 € 36,00 € 43,00 €
6 days 237,50 € 178,00 € 214,00 €
7 days 268,00 € 201,00 € 241,00 €

Children from 5 to15 years old. Juniors 16  to 19 years. Seniors 65+years



2 main areas Barbossine / Super-Châtel and Linga / Pré-la-Joux, lying between 1100m and 2200m (3600 ft and 7200 ft).
48 ski slopes : 5 black, 16 red, 16 blue and 11 green with a total length of 90 km and 45 ski-lifts.
The Châtel ski pass is also valid for the Swiss resort of Torgon, the Corbeau section of the Swiss resort, Morgins, as well as the Braitaz section of La Chapelle d’Abondance. In all 58 ski-lifts, 130 km (80 miles) of superb, thrilling ski slopes (71 slopes).

All prices are in Euros per person

Duration Adult Child Junior / Senior
5 days NC 157,00 € 118,00 € 142,00 €
6 days 176,00 € 132,00 € 159,00 €
7 days 200,00 € 150,00 € 180,00 €

Children 5 to 15 years. Juniors 16 to 19 years. Seniors 65 +years

5 Days NC – is a Non Consecutive pass allowing you to ski on any 5 days out of 7

There is the option to do 5 non consecutive days in Châtel, allowing you the flexibility for one day in the Portes du Soleil.  The choice of lift pass really depends on the group and individual ability.

We are happy to advise on the best choices for you, guests can pre order their passes to be waiting for you when you arrive at the chalet, boom ahead and speed yourselves to the slopes.

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