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Ski Lift Passes in Meribel

Meribel is situated in the centre of the Three Valleys region, one of the most well-known skiing areas in The Alps. Ski lift passes in Meribel allow you to explore one of the most impressive linked lift networks in the world.  Whether you want to ski for 6 days or a long weekend, with family or friends, we have the best deals for ski lift passes in Meribel for you. Please check the booking system to find the best deals for a ski lift pass in Meribel during your stay. Below is an overview of advice on how to book your ski lift pass in Meribel.

Why should I book my ski lift pass in Meribel early?

We recommend that you book your ski lift pass in Meribel as early as possible, so that you can begin skiing in the quicker as there is no need for queuing or unnecessary hassle. It also means that you can be sure that you are paying the lowest price for your ski lift pass in Meribel.

What can I expect from a ski lift pass in Meribel?

Overall there are 150km of pistes available in Meribel and Courchevel valley, being a part of the world famous Three Valleys region. You can explore the Three Valleys domain, the world’s largest linked ski area, using the Three Alps ski lift pass. This pass allows you to ski in 5 different resorts (Mottaret, Val Thorens, La Tania, Courchevel and les Menuires/st Martin). Moreover, the ski lift pass in Meribel allows you to ski one day in either Espace Killy, Paradiski, Pralognan la Vanoise or Les Saisies during the validity of the pass. The pass also allows you to travel free on the buses in the 3 Valleys. With the Three Valleys ski lift pass, you can access over 600km of pistes, with most being above 1800m.

A ski lift pass in Meribel and Courchevel Valley gives you access to 74 slopes, with 11 green runs, 33 blue runs, 21 red runs, 9 black runs and 59 lifts. The Meribel ski area reaches heights of 2950m.

What is the best way to book a ski lift pass in Meribel?

Firstly simply select which type of pass you are looking for, either the local Meribel ski pass or the Three Valleys ski lift pass. Once done, select the number of people in your group are adults, children etc. Then identify the dates on which you wish to travel. After having selected the quantity required, add this lift pass to your basket.

How much does a ski lift pass in Meribel cost?

The price of a ski lift pass in Meribel varies varies depending on the length of time you would like to ski for. Generally, the longer amount of time you wish to have a ski lift pass for, the cheaper it will be proportionately. We guarantee to offer the cheapest prices on the web for a like for like product. The cost of a ski lift passes in Meribel is also according to whether you want to ski in just Meribel or the Three Valleys as a whole

How do I collect my ski lift pass for Meribel?

You can collect your ski lift pass in resort. Please check information when booking regarding how to specifically collect your ski lift pass in Meribel.

What types of ski lift passes in Meribel are available?

There are two main types of passes: a local ski lift pass in Meribel or an area ski lift pass in the Three Valleys.  Within these, there are ski lift passes for adults, children, senior citizens and families.  Children need to be between 5 and 12 years old for the ski lift pass in Meribel. For the senior ski pass, the skier needs to be 65 years old and over. Family ski lift passes in Meribel are for 4 to 6 members of the same family, and should always include 2 parents, and 2 to 4 children from 5 to 17 years old. You will need to prove with ID ages and family connections. So don't forget to bring your ID with you for these types of ski lift passes in the Meribel and the Three Valleys area.

 
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