Here is our summary of the summer lift pass prices. You can buy any of these passes at any of the lift station offices. There are rarely queues in the summer, so most guests buy passes as they want them. Please note you will be asked to pay 3 euros for the pass itself.
The Multipass is the best one for families who want to take advantage of everything the area has to offer.
For 8 euros per person per day you get free access to any of the following:
- Pedestrian access to he whole lift system
- Morzine Swimming Complex
- Lake swimming at Montriond & Les Gets
- Cultural Centres
- Ice Rink
- Ski lifts for walkers
- Cultural sites
- Tourist trains
- Shuttle service between resorts
- 850km of hiking trails
Mountain Bike Lift Prices
You can take your mountain bike on the lift system to access the many downhill and enduro trails.
If you are going to be using different areas of the system more than a couple of times then go with this full pass. But if you think you will just stick to one area like Les Gets or Avoriaz then you can get specific cheaper tickets for that section. Also if you think you will only fit in a couple of uplifts then there might be a cheaper way to do it. Ask at the ticket office or have a look at the full breakdown here
Pedestrian Pass Prices
The pedestrian prices are done by area; Les Gets, Morzine and Avoriaz. Prices are around 5 euros return and some of the areas do a family ticket. If you want to cross areas then go for the Multipass (above).
You might have noticed a white track snaking down the Pleney piste…that is the luge! Great fun for all ages, but be warned, it is quicker than it looks! Check out the video
- 1 Trip – 5.00€
- 6 Trips – 27.00€
- 10 Trips – 42.00€
- *2 hours use – 30.00€
* To be used between the hours of 10:30 to 12:30. Buy tickets at the Pleney ticket office.