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Ski Pass Prices in Chamonix

Discover & book Chamonix lift passes


See our Ski Pass Options guide for full details on which passes to buy and our Lift Pass Prices guide for summer lift pass price comparisons. For all ski-pass price comparisons, read on.

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Popular ski passes
There are three main types of 'Chamonix Ski Area' passes: the Mont-Blanc Unlimited (MBU) is a full area pass, including neighbouring resorts; the Chamonix Le Pass (CLP) is a local area pass suited to beginners and short breaks; the Rapid Card is a prepaid, pay-as-you-go, non-consecutive, multi-day loyalty pass. The most popular ski passes are the 6-day Mont Blanc Unlimited ones, which are suitable for most visitors to Chamonix.

Chamonix Mont-Blanc Unlimited Ski Pass 2019/20
15-64 yrs
6 Days: €327
Child / Senior
5-14 yrs / 65-79 yrs
6 Days: €278.00
6 Days: €1013.80

How to buy ski passes
You can buy your pass online but if you are planning on having lessons, then it is also worth checking with your ski school beforehand to be sure that you buy the correct pass for your classes. 

Read our separate page for Summer Lift Pass Prices.

Deals & discounted ski passes in Chamonix

Early Purchase Discount
Every year, the lift pass company offers an Early Bird discount on all lift pass purchases for certain weeks of the season (excludes Christmas, New Year & February school holidays). If you already have your holiday planned, then you can make significant savings if you buy your pass before the end of November

Early and late season
Early and late season discounts are available both on the MBU full area pass and the local Chamonix Le Pass. Worth bearing in mind that snow cover can be less certain at the start and end of season so there may be a reduced ski area available. 

Short Breaks
If you fancy a short break early or late in the season, then you can also benefit from the special 3 for the price of 2 offer. Skis for 3 days, only pay for 2, perfect for a weekend getaway!

If you are aged 80 years or over and still skiing, then you can benefit from significant discounts on the normal public pass rates. Proof of age will be required as will a hands free pass (€3).

Free ski passes in Chamonix

Children under the age of 5 years can ski for free. Proof of age qill be requested and age on the first day of skiing will be taken into account. Each child will still require their own hands free pass (€3).

Mont-Blanc Unlimited (MBU) ski passes

The Mont Blanc Unlimited Pass (MBU) is valid for Brevent-FlégèreGrands MontetsBalme (Tour-Vallorcine)Les HouchesAiguille du MidiMontenvers-Mer de Glace train, and the Tramway du Mont-Blanc, as well as all the beginner areas in the valley. It also offers access to ski areas outside the Chamonix Valley: Evasion Mont-Blanc (accessed from Saint Gervais or Megève – with a 2-day MBU pass and over), Courmayeur and the Skyway Monte Bianco in Italy (with a 2-day MBU pass and over) and Verbier 4 Vallées in Switzerland (50% discount with a 6-day MBU pass and over. Limited to 1 day per week).

Mont Blanc Unlimited (MBU) Ski Passes 2019/20 (€)
prices per person
15-64 yrs
Child / Senior
5-14 yrs / 65-79 yrs
1 Day 67.00 57.00
2 Day 133.00 113.10
3 Day 195.00 165.80
4 Day 252.00 214.20
5 Day 300.00 255.00
6 Day 327.00 278.00
7 Day 364.00 309.40

3 to 21-day MBU passes also include:

  • Unlimited access to the Richard Bozon sports centre (swimming pool, sauna, hammam, fitness room), the ice rink in Chamonix (including skate), Les Houches ice rink and the museums in the Chamonix Valley. For passes from 3 to 21 days 
  • Discounted access rate to the local Chamonix cinema
  • Reduced rates at the Mont Blanc Tunnel on passes from 2 to 21 days

Ski Areas in Chamonix

Chamonix Le Pass (CLP) ski passes

The Chamonix Le Pass (CLP) is valid for Brevent-FlégèreGrands MontetsBalme (Tour-Vallorcine), as well as the beginner areas of La Vormaine, La PoyaLes Chosalets, Le Savoy and Les Planards.

Chamonix Le Pass (CLP) Ski Passes 2019/20 (€)
prices per person
15-64 yrs
Child / Senior
5-14 yrs / 65-79 yrs
4 Hour 48.50 41.20
1 Day 55.00 46.80
2 Day 107.00 91.00
3 Day 156.00 132.60
4 Day 203.00 172.60
5 Day 249.00 211.70
6 Day 275.00 233.80
7 Day 312.00 265.20

Ski Areas in Chamonix

Booking cable car time slots

At certain times of the year, it is necessary to book a specific time slot on certain lifts, ahead of time. This predominantly affects the Aiguille du Midi during the peak holiday seasons but also applies to the top cable car at the Grands Montets (once it has been rebuilt of course!). When the online booking isn't available for either of these, you can still book in advance at one of the lift pass offices in resort. 

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Cross-country ski passes in Chamonix

These ski-passes are on sale at the cross-country ski lodges in ChamonixLes HouchesVallorcine and Argentiere

Cross-Country Ski Pass - Chamonix 2019/20 (€)
prices per person
Adult Child
1 Day 10.00 5.00
1 Day
Carte d'Hôte cardholders
8.50 4.00
1 Day
7.00 3.90
Season Chamonix 67.00 25.00
Season Haute Savoie 122.00 42.00
Season Northern Alpes 155.00 48.00
Season National 210.00 70.00

The Nordic Pass Haute Savoie gives access to all 24 cross country ski areas in the Haute-Savoie, as well as a 50% discount in Suisse Romande (Switzerland) and Val d'Aosta (Italy). The Nordic Pass Northern Alpes is valid across 4 departments of the Rhone Alpes region: Drôme, Isère, Savoie and Haute-Savoie, as well as for the nocturnal circuits in Savoie Grand Revard every Tuesday and full moon evenings. For die-hard cross country fans, the Nordic Pass National will enable you to ski de fond anywhere across France (in domains that are affiliated to Nordic France), with the exception of the Haute Pyrénées and Pyrénées Atlantique. This also includes the night skiing mentioned above and 50% reduction in the Suisse Romande resorts.

Discounts are available for the season and Nordic passes from 1st October to mid-November when booked online at Haute-Savoie Nordic. Pass also gives one access to the swimming pool or ice rink per day.

Cross-country Skiing in Chamonix

Other passes in Chamonix

Mont Blanc Rapid Card 
This is a subscription-based annual card that gives you access to all of the Compagnie du Mont Blanc lifts, including Les Houches, Aiguille du Midi, Montenvers-Mer de Glace Train, Tramway du Mont Blanc, as well as those starting in Megeve, both summer and winter. Benefit from special, discounted daily rates for adults, children, families and students when purchasing the €50 card (€25 when bought between December 1st and 20th 2019). This is a pay-as-you-go service and your account is debited on a weekly basis, calculated depending on where and when you've used it. Other discounts include a free pass every 7th day and various special offers that they will communicate directly by email.

Mont-Blanc Rapid Card Winter 2019/20 (€)
Price per day
15-64 yrs
Child / Senior
5-14 yrs / +65 yrs
2 adults + 1-4 children
High Season
Dec. 21st 2019 - Apr. 3rd 2020
52.50 44.60 149.60
Low Season
Dec. 1st - 20th 2019 & Apr. 4th - May 3rd 2020
42.00 35.70 119.70

There are separate rates for Les Houches and Megeve. Discounts for students aged 18 to 30 are available upon presentation of a student card. The Mont Blanc Rapid Card is valid from December 1st 2019 to November 30th 2020. 

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Pedestrian & Alpinist Passes
You don't have to ski or board to enjoy the beautiful panoramas at altitude, as many of the lifts are also accessible to pedestrians in winter. You can purchase single or return trips on specific lifts and there are slight variations of these passes specifically for alpinists. Ask at any of the cash desk for full details on all of the pass options available. Pedestrians can use the following lifts in winter: 

  • Gondolas: Brevent-Plan Praz, Flegere, Plan Joran, Le Tour, Vallorcine, Le Prarion
  • Cable cars: Aiguille du Midi, Brevent, Bellevue
  • Trains: Montenvers

Annual & season passes in Chamonix

CLP = Chamonix Le Pass (Local area); MBU = Mont-Blanc Unlimited Pass (Full area) 

Chamonix Season Pass 2019/20 (€)

prices per person

15-64 yrs
Junior / Senior
5-14 yrs / 65-79 yrs
2 adults + 2 children
CLP 1228.00 1043.80 3070.00
MBU 1873.00 1592.05 4682.050


Chamonix Annual Lift Passes 2019/20 (€)
prices per person
26+ yrs
CLP 1527.00
MBU 2317.00
2 adults
CLP 3054.00
MBU 4634.00
5-25 yrs
CLP 1298.00
MBU 1969.50

Ski season dates in Chamonix

The Chamonix ski season generally runs from late November to the beginning of May each year. For the 2019/20 season, the dates are November 23rd 2019 to May 3rd 2020. Depending on the conditions, there are the are three season bands which apply to lift-pass prices.

Early Main Late
November 23rd -
December 20th 2019
December 21st 2019 - April 3rd 2020 April 4th -
May 3rd 2020

Unless otherwise stated, ski passes and prices are generally subject to the following terms:

  • A hands-free pass is required and costs €3 (non-refundable, although you can recharge the card on subsequent use)
  • Photo is required for all 10-day passes and over
  • Kids under 5 ski for free and there are discounted passes for persons over 80 years old
  • Ski passes include free access to the Chamonix Bus valley bus services
  • Longer duration ski passes are available to buy either online or in resort

Prices, offers, discounts & conditions are shown here as a guide only and are subject to change – to be confirmed at the time of booking. Further terms & conditions may apply. Prices may be subject to changes in sales tax.

Ski Lift Opening Dates Chamonix

How much does Chamonix ski pass insurance cost?

If you buy insurance as part of your Chamonix ski pass purchase, either online or at the Ski Pass Offices in resort, it will be provided by e-gloo. The prices above do not include ski insurance, which you can add starting at €3 per person per day. Please, check the insurance policy and the company's T&Cs before purchasing.

Ski Insurance for Chamonix

How much are beginner ski passes in Chamonix?

The majority of the beginner ski areas in and around Chamonix are on the valley floor, making them easy to access for everyone. They offer the perfect environment to try your hand at skiing for the first time or to get the kids going, and tickets can be bought at the individual ticket offices in each of the areas. In some places, there are special rates for students and seniors available – ask at the ticket desk for details. 

Due to the low altitude of many of the beginner ski areas, they tend to be the first to suffer from lack of snow at the start/end of season. However, there are additional beginner slopes in Les Houches, at the top of the Prarion gondola, as well as at Plan Praz (Brevent) so you will always find suitable slopes to learn on whenever you come to visit. 

Beginner Ski Pass - Chamonix 2019/20 (€)
prices per person
15-64 yrs
5-14 yrs
Le Savoy* 4hr 18.50 15.70 -
1 Day 20.00 17.00 62.00
Les Planards 4hr 24.50 22.50 80.00
1 Day 26.50 24.50 84.00
La Vormaine 4hr 16.00 13.60 49.60
1 Day 19.00 16.20 59.00
Les Chosalets 4hr 12.00 10.00 -
1 Day 15.00 12.50 -
Le Poya 4hr 14.00 11.00 -
1 Day 17.00 14.00 -
Le Tourchet 4hr 13.00 - -
1 Day 18.00 - -

* Savoy Beginner area lift tickets area also valid on the Brevent gondola and the Funi 2000 at Plan Praz.


Beginner Ski Areas in Chamonix

How much are family ski passes in Chamonix?

There are special rates on ski-passes in Chamonix for families comprising at least two adults (parents or grandparents) and two children. Additional children are free, up to a maximum of 3 extra, after which the usual child prices apply.

CLP = Chamonix Le Pass (Local area); MBU = Mont-Blanc Unlimited Pass (Full area)

Chamonix Family Ski Passes 2019/20 (€)
2 adults + 2 children
Main Season Early / Late Season
Nov. 23rd - Dec. 20th / Apr. 4th - May 3rd
1 Day CLP 170.60 136.40
MBU 207.80 207.80
2 Day CLP 331.80 -
MBU 412.40 329.80
3 Day CLP 483.60 -
MBU 604.60 329.80
4 Day CLP 629.40 -
MBU 781.20 453.80
5 Day CLP 772.00 -
MBU 930.00 562.40
6 Day CLP 852.60 -
MBU 1013.80 659.70

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Read more about the ski lift system in Chamonix and find out more about the variety of winter activities you can do on your visit.