This is a guide to help you take advantage of the best lift pass discounts and deals available in the Portes du Soleil for winter 2022/23. It covers everything from 15% off with the earlybird sales to the less known lift pass discounts available on Morzine-Les Gets & Portes Du Soleil ski passes. If you have snowboard lessons booked with MINT then scroll down to find out what pass you will need for your lessons.
There are lots of different ski pass options available in the Portes du Soleil which can be confusing if you have not visited the area before. Take a look at our helpful guide to make sure you purchase the correct lift pass for your snowboard lessons booked with us.
Lessons booked in Morzine / Pleney
– The local area pass covers both Morzine and Les Gets (you can not purchase a pass for one or the other).
– Beginners area pass – you can purchase a Morzine beginners area pass which covers a return trip on the telecabine, the magic carpet on the beginners area and the Belvédère & Nabor chairlifts. If you are a total beginner, learning to snowboard in Morzine, this pass will not be sufficient to cover your progression for a week (generally it will be sufficient for your first few days only). The Morzine beginners area ski pass can not be purchased in advance.
– A Beginner ski pass is available in Avoriaz for 5-hours, 1, 2 or 3-days. This pass covers the Avoriaz beginners slopes and gives access to Prodains cable car; Plateau, Tour, Zore, Serraussaix, Proclou, Léchère and Dromonts 1 and 2 chairlifts; Trashers, Ecoles 1 and 2, Baron, Barmettes and Chapelle draglifts, and Super-Morzine and Ardent gondolas.
– If you have freestyle snowboard lessons booked, then you can purchase an Avoriaz snowpark pass which includes access to the Burton Stash. This liftpass gives access to the Prodains cable car, Stade, Tour and Prolays chairlifts; Surf, Arare 1 and 2, Chapelle, Ecoles 1 and 2 and Trashers draglifts and Ardent gondola.