Being the super high altitude resort that it is, Avoriaz has its own lift pass, covering all of the local runs and areas including the Lindarets forest, the Mossette and Fornet areas, the Hauts Forts area and the dedicated beginners slopes on the Super Morzine plateau. Also available is a ‘Park & Stash’ lift pass which is valid on the Prodains Express cable car, Stade, Surf, Tour, Arare, Chapelle and Ecoles chair and drag lifts for €23.50 per day.
AVORIAZ LIFT PASS PRICES – WINTER 16/17
|5 Hours||1 Day||2 Days|
|Youth / Senior||€34.50||€40||€73|
We can’t imagine that many skiers or snowboarders find themselves in Avoriaz and decide not to explore further afield in the enormous Portes du Soleil ski area. Avoriaz is perfectly placed to access the nearby Swiss resorts of Les Crosets, Champery and Champoussin, while closer to home, Chatel offers some amazing terrain and the links between resorts are kept in reasonable condition right until the end of the winter season.
PORTES DU SOLEIL LIFT PASS PRICES – WINTER 16/17
|5 Hours||1 Day||2 Day||3 Days||4 Days||5 Days||6 Days||7 Days|
|Youth / Senior||€43||€48||€91||€130||€167||€202||€239||€269|
Avoriaz Lift Pass Office Opening Times
There are three lift pass offices in Avoriaz ski resort. It’s usually easiest to ask your accommodation provider to collect the lift passes for your group in advance if they can, so you can avoid the queues and head straight for the lifts on the first morning of your holiday.
Prodains Express – There are lift pass offices at the top and bottom of the new Prodains Express 3S gondola lift. Open every day between 8.30am and 5pm
Office de Tourisme – In the centre of Avoriaz there’s an outside kiosk where you can buy your Avoriaz and Portes du Soleil lift passes. Open every day between 8.30am and 4.45pm or until 7.30pm during French school holiday weeks.
Plateau – Located at the top of the resort near to the carparks. Open every day between 9am and 2pm