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Free lifts for beginners, Cervinia?

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A group of us are going to Cervinia at Easter and there will be some youngsters who haven't skied before. Are any of the lower lifts free for beginners. Looking at the piste map, there is a carpet lift called "Baby Cretaz" and and a short chair lift called "Campetto". Might either of these be free of charge? If the kids decide they don't much like skiing then it would save us a large outlay on ski passes, where even the local one costs 150 Euros for a junior.
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I have the same question
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As far as I remember the magic carpet lifts are both free but none of the chair lifts are.
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If memory serves, my son, who was 7 at the time, got a free lift pass in Cervinia. I think all the lifts needed a pass.
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@chomski, ask their ski school what lift passes they'll need. They're best placed to advise where they will take the kids.
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Just got back. Magic Carpets are free.
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