Chamonix Le Pass
Ski from 1000m to 2500m altitude
This local area lift pass includes the main ski areas in Chamonix plus beginners ski areas, so it’s a great option for beginners who are still finding their feet.
- Brévent-Flégère – these linked ski areas are accessible from Chamonix town centre and Les Praz village. They offer the largest number of pistes of the ski areas in Chamonix valley – 5 blacks, 9 reds, 13 blues and 6 greens.
- Les Grands Montets – Chamonix’s most challenging ski area is home to 6 black pistes , 4 reds, 5 blues and 1 green, but it is most famous for it’s off-piste terrain. To access the top lift at 3300m you’ll need the Mont Blanc Unlimited pass however, or buy a ticket there on the day.
- Le Tour and Vallorcine (Domaine de Balme) – at the top of the Chamonix valley, the pistes here give fabulous views back down towards Les Houches and are great for every level, offering 1 black run, 7 reds, 11 blues and the valley’s largest nursery slopes at La Vormaine.
- Beginner ski areas – Le Savoy and Les Planards in Chamonix, Les Chosalets in Argentière and La Vormaine at Le Tour
We also recommend the Mont Blanc Unlimited lift pass as it also includes the Aiguille du Midi and Montenvers train – famous tourist attractions in Chamonix which are perfect to visit if your legs need a break one day and you want to see Chamonix from a new perspective.
Guide to prices (€)
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