Before we go into more detailed lift pass prices, you need to know that there are two main types of Avoriaz ski passes depending on the area you can ski in: Avoriaz Ski Pass and Portes du Soleil Ski Pass.
Avoriaz Ski Pass
The Avoriaz lift pass gives you access to the Avoriaz 1800 ski area, a wonderful mountain playground with over 75km of runs and the most famous snowparks in the French Alps, attracting freestyle skiers and snowboarders from all around the world.
Who should buy an Avoriaz ski pass? Avoriaz lift passes are perfect for beginner to intermediate skiers who will enjoy the gentle and wide green (4) and blue (25) runs, as well as freestyle snowboarders and skiers who want to take advantage of the top-class snowparks. However, don't think this pass doesn't suit expert skiers – the ski area boasts 14 red and 9 challenging black pistes and access to some great off-piste. The Avoriaz ski pass is also a great option for those staying in the area for a short period of time.
Portes du Soleil Ski Pass
The Portes du Soleil lift pass includes 650km of marked pistes. With this pass, you can enjoy the full extent of one of the world’s largest ski areas, which incorporates 12 linked ski resorts: Avoriaz, Morzine, Les Gets, Montriond, Abondance, La Chapelle-d'Abondance, St Jean d’Aulps and Châtel in France; Champéry, Val-d'Illiex Les Crosets Champoussin, Morgins and Torgon in Switzerland.
Who should buy a Portes du Soleil ski pass? The Portes du Soleil ski pass suits intermediate to expert skiers who want to have access to one of the largest ski areas in the world, as well as those staying in Avoriaz for more than a couple of days, with plenty of time to explore the 300 runs on offer.