There are two options for lift/ski passes, Meribel Pass & 3 Valleys Pass
Uncertain which ski pass to go for? Here are some tips…
The Meribel Ski Pass
covers all 70 runs and 42 in the Meribel Valley, including Meribel Motarett and Meribel Village across all levels. This pass is more than enough for beginners and there is always the option of upgrading to the 3 Valley pass for €38 per day.
The 3 Valley Ski Pass
covers over 600km of piste across all the 7 resorts making it the largest ski area in the world, we would suggest this pass for intermediates and above and for those who want to expand lunch options. The 3 Valley Pass is of course more expensive than the Meribel Pass, however, if you’re looking to ski and explore other valleys like Courchevel, this pass works out to be more cost-effective.
Meribel Pedestrian Pass
This pass is designed for walkers and covers many of the bubble lifts and chairlifts in Meribel and Courchevel.
Ski Pass add on’s
Carte Neige is a ‘get-off-the-mountain’ insurance covers the cost of emergency rescue off the mountain and can be added to your ski pass for just €3.00 per day and can be done quickly and easily when purchasing your ski pass at the lift pass office. Check first to see if you are already covered within your normal insurance policy.
Buy Your Skipass In Meribel Village – Chemin du Plaigny Find On Map
Buy your Meribel / 3 Valley ski pass online:
Ski pass price guide 2022/23
(Meribel opens on Saturday 10th December 2022 and closes Friday 28th April 2023)
|Age group||6 days The Three Valleys||6 days Meribel|
|Child (5 – 12)||€280.00||€236.00|
|Senior (65 – 74)||€315.00||€265.00|
|Family Pass (2 x adults + 2 – 7 children aged 5 – 18)||€280.00 (each)||€236.00 (each)|
|Under 5 / Over 75||Free (€3 administration fee)||Free (€3 administration fee)|