With peace of mind (Covid 19)

Make the most of Les 3 Vallées with total peace of mind!

All 3 Vallées actors are ready to welcome you in the best possible conditions to make the most of this extraordinary territory.

These information have been updated following the latest government announcements (14-03-2022). Depending on the evolution of the epidemic, these information are likely to be modified.

ANNOUNCEMENTS OF 14/03/22 - END OF THE VACCINATION PASS AND THE WEARING OF A MASK INSIDE

Due to the improvement in the health situation, since March 14th, the application of the "vaccination pass" has been suspended in all places where it was required (leisure and cultural places, restaurants, fairs and trade shows, etc.).

However, the “health pass” remains in place in health establishments, retirement homes, establishments welcoming people with disabilities.

Wearing a mask is also no longer compulsory indoors except in public transport and health establishments.

WHAT CHANGES IN LES 3 VALLÉES?

On the ski area :

Vaccination and health passes are no longer compulsory in order to be able to access the ski lifts and restaurants on the 3 Vallées ski area.

Wearing a mask remains compulsory from the age of 6 in closed ski lifts: gondolas, cable cars and funitels.
It is no longer compulsory on chairlifts, drag lifts, carpets and when queuing at ski lifts, in point of sale...

It is nevertheless highly recommended when crowded in the embarkation and disembarkation areas, and when queueing for the ski lifts.

In the ski resort : 

Vaccination and health passes will therefore no longer be compulsory to access restaurants, bars and activities.

Wearing a mask is no longer compulsory anywhere in the resort with the exception of all public transport and health establishments.

Let's not forget the barrier gestures and all the good practices.


BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE

Vaccination and health pass

REMINDER

The health pass was required for anyone aged 12 to 15.

The health pass consisted of the presentation, in digital or paper form, of one of the following three health proofs:

- Vaccination, provided that a complete vaccination schedule is available ;

- A negative test (PCR or antigen tests) less than 24 hours old ;

- The result of a positive RT-PCR test attesting to the recovery of Covid-19, at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old. Please note that you must be able to present a QR Code.

What is the vaccination pass?

The "vaccination pass" consisted of the presentation of one of these three proofs:

- Vaccination certification (complete vaccination schedule, booster dose included in the time limit for people from 18 years and 1 month who are eligible).
For 16-17 year olds, booster doses are not compulsory: "The vaccination pass will be valid subject to a complete primary vaccination schedule", says the Ministry of Health ;

- Certificate of Reinstatement more than 11 days and less than 6 months old. Note that you must be able to show a QR Code ;

- Certificate of contraindication to vaccination. The persons concerned are thus issued a document by their doctor that can be presented in places where the "vaccination pass" is required.

A derogation allowing the use of a negative test certificate of less than 24 hours as part of the "vaccination pass" will be possible until February 15 for people who have received their first dose of vaccine by then, pending their second dose.

Please note: the "vaccination pass" did not apply to minors aged 12 to 15. It is therefore the "health pass" - which includes the additional possibility of presenting proof of a negative test of less than 24 hours - which remains in place for this age group.

FOR TRAVELLERS FROM UNITED KINGDOM

From 14th January travel conditions are easier between the United Kingdom and France for vaccinated people.

Faced with the predominance of the Omicron variant both in France and in the United Kingdom, the Government has chosen to ease the specific health control measures at the borders which had been decided last December for vaccinated travelers from the United Kingdom.

More details on travel conditions between United Kingdom and France

FOR TRAVELLERS FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION

What proof of vaccination should be provided?

The vaccines accepted by France are those recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield and Johnson & Johnson.

The proof of vaccination is only valid if it can attest to the completion of a full vaccination schedule and the necessary time after the final injection.

All the latest information on travelling from abroad to France is available on the official French government website:
www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en

Coming to France? Your Covid-19 questions answered

FOR TRAVELLERS OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION

What proof of vaccination should be provided?

The vaccines accepted by France are those recognised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca/Vaxzevria/Covishield and Johnson & Johnson.

The proof of vaccination is only valid if it can attest to the completion of a full vaccination schedule and the necessary time after the final injection.

All the latest information on travelling from abroad to France is available on the official French government website:
www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en

Coming to France? Your Covid-19 questions answered

How to obtain a vaccine pass in case of vaccination abroad ?

I live abroad? I can contact:

The Embassy and consulate of your place of residence. In addition, the ministry regularly updates its travel advice site. Toll-free number: information on the Coronavirus COVID-19: 0 800 130 000

We assure you a money back guarantee of your skipasses

Your 3 Vallées skipasses will be refunded in the event of an early closure of the ski area. The reimbursement conditions depend on your skipass type.

We assure you a money back guarantee of your accommodation

The 3 Vallées accommodation providers offer free cancellation conditions which allow you to cancel your reservation for free.

To know the conditions of your host, the best solution is to contact him directly.

We organise and train our staff

Our staff will welcome you in the best conditions possible, having made changes to the way we work since the start of the health crisis.

Each employee has been trained in health risks and protective measures to minimise risk for themselves, their colleagues and, of course, for you!

Buy or recharge your skipass online

To save time and to avoid queuing in the sales outlets, opt to buy and/or recharge your skipass online. The online sales websites are available for your use, the health pass will be verified on the ski area.

On site, sales outlets are adapted to welcome you and serve you in the best conditions. Please pay by credit card wherever you can.

Vet your certified premium mask and snood: the 2in1mask by Les 3 Vallées®

Wearing a mask remains compulsory from the age of 6 in closed ski lifts: gondolas, cable cars and funitels.
It is no longer compulsory on chairlifts, drag lifts, carpets and when queuing at ski lifts, in point of sale or closed places.

It is nevertheless highly recommended when crowded in the embarkation and disembarkation areas, and when queueing for the ski lifts.

A unique certified premium mask with filtration greater than 90% to purchase for €15.00.

Breath-taking views

Our naturally pure mountain playground

Unique panoramas in Les 3 Vallées
Our mountain playground is a natural source of well-being, and you’re sure to be blown away by its sheer size from whichever summit you find yourself on in Les 3 Vallées.

As is the case for all public transport in France, this winter we will maintain the same passenger flow but are adapting the ski lift rules to ensure peace of mind for both users and employees.

The rules are straightforward: when you get to the top you can remove your mask and make the most of the fresh air, breath-taking views and stunning landscapes.
Our 10 incredible views
Unique panoramas in Les 3 Vallées

DURING YOUR STAY IN THE SKI RESORT

Vaccination and Health pass

Vaccination and health passes are no longer compulsory in order to be able to access the ski lifts and restaurants on the 3 Vallées ski area.

Vaccination and health passes will therefore no longer be compulsory to access restaurants, bars and activities in the resort.

It is compulsory to wear a mask in the closed ski lifts from the age of 6

- Wearing a mask remains compulsory from the age of 6 in closed ski lifts: gondolas, cable cars and funitels.
It is no longer compulsory on chairlifts, drag lifts, carpets and when queuing at ski lifts, in point of sale or closed places.

- It is nevertheless highly recommended when crowded in the embarkation and disembarkation areas, and when queueing for the ski lifts.

- Wearing a mask is no longer compulsory anywhere in the resort with the exception of all public transport and health establishments.

- Vet your certified premium mask and snood: the 2in1mask by Les 3 Vallées®, a unique certified premium mask with filtration greater than 90%.

The ski lifts remain at full capacity

To get tested and vaccinated

Spaces dedicated to PCR and antigen tests and to vaccination will be set up in each resort of Les 3 Vallées.

Find the list of Les 3 Vallées test and vaccination centers

Social distancing rules must be respected at sales outlets, on all ski lifts when queueing, in picnic rooms and public toilets... in all meeting places.

The enclosed sales oulets, ski lift cabins and public toilets will be cleaned regularly... all public places.

Hydroalcoholic gels are available in all public places.