Tignes Lift Tickets

There are two lift ticket options for skiers in Tignes: the local area pass, which covers the slopes around the different settlements but not the journey over to the Val d'Isère slopes, or the entire Espace Killy pass covering 300km of runs with nearly 100 lifts.

The Tignes area pass is probably only best for those who are either just spending a day within the limited area of the resort or for hesitant intermediate skiers who don't plan on skiing all day during their stay.

If necessary, an upgrade for a day's skiing in the Espace Killy can be purchased for a multi-day Tignes pass.

Tignes Area Only 2021/2022
  Adults Senior: 65 - 74
Children: 5 - 13
1 day 53 43

Although the Espace Killy pass is more expensive it still makes most sense for most skiers. Those who are purchasing a week's ticket also get the option of using it one day in the Trois Vallées (Courchevel/Meribel/Val Thorens) or in the Les Arcs/La Plagne area:

Espace Killy Pass 2021/2022
  Adults Senior: 65 - 74
Children: 5 - 13
1 day 63 51
3 days 168 135
4 days 224 180
6 days 324 260

Children under 5 and seniors over 75 ski free (ID is required).

There are special family tickets available for the Espace Killy which have various options depending on combinations of adults and children. (It should be noted that the family tickets have different definitions of children and a class of 'junior' so it may well be worthwhile for those travelling with older children to give the official price list some careful study!)

There are also special pedestrian tickets available for those who, for example, want to go up onto the glacier.

Comprehensive information, including PDF downloads about the various ski pass systems and prices, is available from the official Tignes ski pass site.