For your convenience, we have an account with the Portes du Soleil ski lift company. We have the facility to issue ski lift passes on demand directly from the reception at Mountain Lodge. This allows you to ski directly from the hotel without the hassle of visiting the ski lift office!
We would always recommend waiting until you arrive at the hotel before you purchase your lift passes. There may be restrictions on lifts due to weather or your circumstances may require a different type of lift pass.
If you’re an experienced skier or snowboarder and would enjoy exploring the entire region, we recommend purchasing a full area Portes du Soleil ski pass. However, if you’re a beginner or would prefer to ski locally, choose the CLCF ski lift pass – this pass covers the Champery, Les Crosets, Champoussin and Foilleuse/Morgins area.
Each year the lift pass company for the Portes du Soleil offer different packages and have different prices for children, seniors and families/groups. Usually lift passes can be purchased for 1/2 day, 1 day, 2 day, 3 day or for the duration of your holiday. It is also possible to buy points, which allow limited use and also for non-skiers to buy a pedestrian pass to use a ski lift to give access to a mountain side restaurant.
The Ski lift passes that we issue are identical to those issued by the ski lift offices and can be kept in your clothing and will be detected by the machines at the entry to each ski lift. Be careful to keep the ski pass away from close proximity to mobile phones, as on the odd occasion the ski pass can be corrupted!
The Portes du Soleil ski region has 196 mountain lifts giving access to over 650km of slopes, consisting of:-
285 slopes:- 32 black ski slopes, 100 red ski slopes, 122 blue ski slopes, 31 green ski slopes
11 snow parks / boarder-cross / ski-cross
90 slope side restaurants
Records show that we have on average 7.83m of fresh powder every season 🙂
If in doubt, please feel free to call our Customer Services team or Mountain Lodge direct for assistance on
0845 127 1750.