Summer Lift Pass

Unlike the winter, in Summer, you are only able to purchase the Meribel Summer Pass, in person from the ticket office at the main Chaudanne lift area.

What pass should you choose? There are several choices – whether you go for a Pay-As-You-Go pedestrian pass, a one-off mountain bike lift journey, buying a 7 day Evasion Pass* or indeed a Meripass.

The Evasion Pass* allows the individual to use every available lift in the whole of the 3 Valleys area, from Courchevel through to Val Thorens and over to Orelle. This is a huge area opening up a vast expanse of nature, walking and other alpine activities. You certainly won’t be bored! The Family pass also allows you to use every lift within the 3 Valleys and provides access to some more of the attractions and activities on offer beyond the Meribel valley – a worthwhile thought for adventurous kids and parents alike.

Reductions: If you are under 5 you can travel on the lifts free. If you’re over 75 the same applies – however proof of ID will be required in order to benefit from this offer.

Family Pass: The family Meripass is available for families with 2 parents and 2 or more children aged 5 – 17 inclusive. This represents a big saving and the best value especially if the children are 13 – 17, as they would have to buy an adult pass if you bought individual passes. The cost is €174 for the week for a family of four (2 adults plus 2 kids) and an extra €52 for each extra child.

Pricing: Please follow the link below to access the Tourist Office pricing table to see what suits your needs best. If you’re planning on making the most of exploring the 3 Valleys, the prices quoted on  are your best bet for an all-round value for money choice. For everything else, whether it be hiking, walking or mountain-biking in the Meribel valley, the prices quoted here will be of most use to you.