See our Ski Pass Prices guide for ski pass price comparisons and our Lift Pass Prices guide for summer lift pass price comparisons. For a detailed explanation of the different ski passes available, read on.
There are two main types of ski pass available in Avoriaz; the Portes du Soleil Ski Pass which covers 12 different ski villages from Morzine & Les Gets, all the way across to the Swiss resorts of Champéry & Morgins; and the Avoriaz Ski Pass which is just for the local area but also includes the Super Morzine, Ardent & Prodains lifts. All ski passes require a hand-free card (€3).
|Which Ski Pass to buy in Avoriaz|
|Adult Pass||An adult pass is for people aged 20-64 years (senior 65+ years)|
|Junior Pass||A junior pass is for people aged 16-19 years|
|Child Pass||A child pass is for children aged 5-15 years (under 5's are free)|
|Family Pass||Family groups must comprise of at least 2 adults (or seniors) and 2 children purchasing Portes du Soleil ski passes for the same dates and duration for a minimum of 6 days|
|Duo & Trio Passes||For groups of two or three adults (non-family) skiing in the Avoriaz ski area for a minimum of 6 days (not valid during the Rock the Pistes Festival in March)|
|Avoriaz Pass||This is a local area pass which includes the Super Morzine lift, Avoriaz & Lindarets area|
|Portes du Soleil Pass||This full area pass gives you access to 12 ski resort across the area known as the 'Portes du Soleil', which includes Les Gets, Morzine, Chatel & Morgins|