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Lift Pass Costs - Les Arc and La Rossiere ?

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Can anyone point me at information regarding the lift Pass costs for both Lers Arc and La Rossiere?
I'm trying to guage the 'add on' costs for next year.

The only Les Arc site i know of is closed.

Thanks


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BMF_Skier, Don't know about La Ros, but this year full Paridiski was 243 Euro and Les Arcs pass was 203 Euro per adult. Can't remember exact cost of child's pass but it was around 150/160 Euro.
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Les Arcs only last season was around €203 expect an increase of around 3-5 % next season, maybe more as there are some new lifts going in that have to be paid for.
La Ros was around €165.00
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BMF_Skier, can't remember off the top of my head about La Ros cost but we spent some time before departure checking online pre-book family discounts - it was exactly the same so we bought on arrival.
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BMF_Skier, family Espace San Bernado (2+2) approx euro533.
Kids on a family pass can be under 17. Oh and only 1 s NehNeh


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I've booked my holiday to La Thuile already for next season and have pre-booked the 6-day pass for £162. This is the same lift pass for La Rosière as it is a linked ski area. Depending on what the exchange rate does it may be a bad move, but the same lift pass cost €184 this past season...
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queen bodecia, strangely the pass is more expensive if bought in Italy Puzzled
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How odd! I've just pre-booked through the TO paying sterling. Sometimes this gamble pays off (it did this season) and sometimes it doesn't. But it is convenient...
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queen bodecia, Euro 167 if bought in France last year.
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Frosty the Snowman, not enough of a saving considering one would need a lift pass to get to the French side anyway. I believe it takes over an hour by road because the San Bernardo pass becomes a piste in winter...

The advantage to the Italian side from what I could see is far cheaper accommodation. But none of this explains why the lift pass is more expensive on the Italian side. Bizarre. Maybe the French one doesn't include 2 days in one of the other Aosta valley resorts (Courmayeur, Pila, Gressoney, etc.)?
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Buying 10 individual day passes for Les Arcs at a time cost €349 ( I think it is called the Zen pass) and Saturdays were half price (€21) if you went through a website.....so 6 days would be just shy of €200, assuming they do the same offers next year

Don't know about week long pass - I don't tend to buy them as it restricts me to one resort wink


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This is what I have in my spreadsheet for the current season (family ski pass prices, 2 adults, 2 kids):

Courchevel family pass € 582.00
3 Vallees family pass € 704.00
La Ros family pass € 512.70
Les Arcs family pass € 680.00
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Les Arcs / Paradiski:
http://www.lesarcsnet.com/lift-system-and-passes/les-arcs-and-paradiski-lift-pass-prices-winter.htm

La Rosiere / La Tuile:
http://www.skiinfo.com/Lift-Ticket-Prices/LaRosiere1850-EFRROSIERE18-8072-en.jhtml
http://www.lathuile.net/datapage.asp?id=25&l=3
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