Lift passes

2016 / 17 Espace Killy Lift Passes

Lift passes can be easily purchased on your arrival in Tignes. Or to save time, if you have booked accommodation with us you can reserve your lift passes prior to arrival. Below we outline the prices for various different types of lift pass and length of stay.

If you are a beginner skier or snowboarder it is worth waiting till you get to Tignes and organise some lessons and equipment as not only can you sometimes get good combo deals, it's also likely you will spend at least your first day on the free learners lifts. This saves you a day's pass.

SKI PASSES INCLUDE Free access to the Lagon swimming pool & Ice rink for any 2 day (or longer) Espace Killy ski pass.

Customers aged less than 5 years, or older than 75 years, may claim a FREE one to fifteen days consecutive ski pass. Proof of age required.

Winter 2015/16 Espace killy Ski Pass Prices

Available from 19th Dec 2016 to 1st May 2017, plus Grande Motte only until 06 May.

 

 
Adults 
(ages 14-64 inclusive)
Children (5-13)
& Seniors (65-74)
1/2 day
42.50 €
34.00 €
1 day
55.50 €
44.50 €
2 days
97.00 €
78.00 €
3 days
145.50 €
116.50 €
4 days
194.00 €
155.50 €
5 days
242.50 €
194.00 €
6 days
278.00 €
222.50 €
7 days
324.00 €
259.50 €
8 days
334.00 €
267.50 €
14 days
560.00 €
448.00 €

 

More information about passes

Family discount: This offer is only available for a families of at least 2 adults and 2 children under 18 years (or students under 22 years - proof required) when both adults purchase a 6 or 7 day Espace Killy pass. For family passes - Child: 4-13yrs; Junior: 14-17yrs (21 if student). Fourth and subsequent ski passes can be bought at half price.

All passes for 8 days or more require a recent photograph.

 

The Pass' Tignes card gives you benefits and discounts throughout the resort. Read the article in the In-depth section for details on the new Pass' Tignes.

You can also get a pass called the 'Super Tignes'. This pass is approximately 90% of the cost of a normal pass and covers the general Tignes area as opposed to the whole of the Espace Killy.

Half days start at 10.30am in the summer and 12.45pm in the winter.

If you're a beginner, it's worth noting that there are a few free lifts in Tignes which you don't need to buy a pass for. These slopes are designed for learning so it's advisable to start here and save yourself some euros, till you are confident enough to tackle the mountains. There are 4 that we can recommend. The Bollin chairlift (Val Claret); Rosset chairlift (Tignes Le Lac); Lavachet tow lift (Le Lavachet); and the tow-lift Pitots (Brévieres).

It's possible to get insurance with your lift pass - carte neige - it's only 2.5 € per day -adult, 2 € per day - child/senior. We highly recommend you do this even if you already have insurance as it is very little extra and if you do have any problems on the mountain you are instantly looked after as it can be seen from your lift pass that you have insurance.