Chamonix ski pass discount

December 4, 2016
Chamonix Le Pass Validity area
  • First Snow discounted passes:
  • If the START AND END DATES of your pass fall between 28th November to 18th December 2015
  • Early booking discounted passes:
  • Valid between 9th January to 5th February and 5th March to 8th April 2016
  • Early booking passes must be ordered by 30th November 2015
  • Spring Skiing discounted passes Valid between 9th April to 1st May 2016

How Do I Book?

We want to make your winter holiday as enjoyable and as hassle free as possible, which is why we can organise your lift pass prior to your arrival.

We are an accepted partner of Compagnie du Mont Blanc, so we can have your ski pass ready and waiting for you on arrival. We do not charge you extra for this service, and guarantee that you won’t pay any more than you would at the kiosk.

In fact we even offer exclusive discounts, read more on this page, or on our special offers page (scroll to bottom here).

To book: Simply send us an email on stay@snostation.com and tell us which type of pass, number of passes, how many days, and the start date and we will book them in for you.

If you're not sure which pass you would like then send us an email and we will get back to you with the recommended pass for your stay. We can issue passes direct from our office, with the processing time taking less than 2 minutes so you can immediately hit the slopes.

Alternatively if you are booking an apartment directly via our online system, you will find on the final booking page, the option to add ski passes to your booking.

We normally request payment before arrival but where agreed can accept payment on arrival. We do not add credit card fees to ski pass purchases so the price is the same as at the cash desk, except for the family pass, 2.3% credit card fee is added.

Which Pass to Choose?

  • Choose the Cham Le Pass if:
  • You are on a short break and only have time to ski Chamonix ski areas
  • You only wish to ski in Chamonix and do not wish to visit ski areas further afield
  • You only wish to ski and do not wish to go sightseeing
  • You do not wish to do the Vallee Blanche or use any specific off piste lifts
  • If you want the cheapest pass option

Choose the Mont Blanc Unlimited pass if:

  • You wish to have the best possible choice of all the activities to do in Chamonix
  • You have non-skiers or beginners in the group who wish to take a day or two to sight see
  • You plan to take a day off skiing and want to sight see as the Aiguille du Midi lift and Montenvers train are included
  • You wish to visit additional ski areas outside the Chamonix valley; as Les Houches, Courmayeur and Megeve ski areas are included on passes of 2 days or more, and Verbier is included if you have a pass of 6 days or longer
  • You are a skilled skiier and wish to do the Valley Blanche or other guided or non-guided off piste routes
  • You wish to have unlimited free use of the municipal swimming pool, ice rink and museams

Two Types of Winter Lift Passes Available

CHAMONIX LE PASS
Cham Le Pass is the cheapest pass and is focused on only skiing in locations within the Chamonix Valley.

It gives access to the ski areas within the Chamonix Valley:
Brevent;
Flegere (Brevent and Flegere are linked together);
Les Grands Montets;
Domaine du Balme (La Tour/ Vallorcine);

For beginners it includes:
All beginner slopes at the above ski areas;
All the beginner slopes in town (Les Planards, Savoy, Les Chosalets & la Vormaine).

There is plenty of skiing on this pass to cover a week’s holiday, and there is easy access to the many off-piste areas at the sides of the pistes for those who want a bit of off-piste experience without having to go back-country.

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