Each year we compare the standard price of an adult six-day lift pass in the Portes du Soleil with pass prices across five other large ski domains in Europe. For the 2022/23 season, the Portes du Soleil lift pass is the only one remaining under the €300 price point.
Breaking each lift pass down per skiable kilometre within the ski area they represent gives us an indication of the value for money presented by each pass.
During the Winter 22/23 season, the Portes du Soleil lift pass continues to offer the best value for money per skiable kilometre in Europe.
Here’s how things stack up.
*All lift pass prices shown are as displayed on the official Office de Tourisme website for each ski area. They represent the standard, non-discounted price during a high season week when purchased online.
** Prices in CHF have been converted to Euro for the purpose of comparison.
Winter 21/22 Lift Pass Prices Compared
|PRICE OF PASS||SIZE OF AREA||PRICE PER SKIABLE KM|
|Portes du Soleil|
(Morzine, Les Gets, Avoriaz, etc)
(Meribel, La Tania, Courchevel, etc)
(La Plagne, Les Arcs, etc)
|Ski Arlberg (St. Anton, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech)||€358||300||€0.83|
(Verbier, Nendez, etc)
(Val d'Isere & Tignes)
(Samoens, Flaine, Les Carroz, etc)
If you’re staying in Les Gets this winter, you can purchase your lift pass in advance.
If you’re staying in Morzine, order your lift pass online and view the various discounts.
If you’re staying in Avoriaz advance purchase lift passes are available order online.