3 Vallées Liberté Pass

3 Vallées Liberté Pass

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The season pass to choose for carefree & unplanned skiing

The 3 Vallées Liberté Pass is the season pass to choose for carefree, unplanned skiing, without needing to worry which ski areas you will cover. Skiers wanting to make the most of Les 3 Vallées resorts for 8 to 21 days per season will find this pass exactly what they are looking for as it adapts to every need. You don’t have to pay anything in advance: each day of skiing is calculated in the evening, according to that day's itinerary.


30€ for the subscription

* 10% off the public adult day rate
* 20% off every Saturday
* the 9th day of skiing is free, after which every 6th day is free

Buy your 3 Vallées Liberté Pass


Simply give your bankcard* details when you create your online account, and each week it will be debited automatically. Note that it is possible to include several skiers on the same account. Wrap up warm, jump onto your skis and you can enjoy your days on the slopes while your pass records your route for you! You can view the details on your personal account with just a few clicks.
* Foreign bank cards are accepted

The Pass 3 Vallées Liberté (30€ for the year, from 1 November to the following 31 October) gives you preferential rates and loyalty bonuses throughout the season in the ski area: 10% off the public adult day rate, 20% off every Saturday, the 9th day of skiing is free, after which every 6th day is free… It’s complete liberty on skis!

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Unlimited, Liberté, 2/7 or SkiFlex - this season, why not choose a skipass that allows you to ski in Les 3 Vallées without limitations? These passes will offer you complete freedom to enjoy exhilarating pleasures every week of the season.

Alpine skiing in Méribel at the heart of Les 3 Vallées on the Bartavelle slope thanks to the 3 Vallées Liberté subscription.
Bartavelle piste, Méribel

WARM UP : 10 TIPS FROM ADRIEN THÉAUX

Discover 10 tips from Adrien Théaux, member of the French Speed Skiing team from Val Thorens, on how to prepare for Alpine activities.

1. Ease back,
into an exercise routine at least one week before your holiday. Forget the lift, it’s time to take the stairs! Goodbye public transport, hello bicycles and jogging!

2. A healthy lifestyle:
isn’t just about exercise. As well as staying active, a nutritious, balanced diet and a good night’s sleep are essential!

3. Check your equipment:
well- prepared and maintained skis, comfortable boots, a working helmet, a mask with protective lenses, the right- sized ski poles.

4. It never hurts,
to have a quick look at the piste map before your holiday. It will stop you having to get off and look at every ski lift!

5. In the morning,
bring a bag containing water, a snack, an extra layer in case of cold, and a pair of lightweight gloves if it’s hot.

6. That reminds me,
did you check the weather?

7. Skiing is a sport for early birds!
The pistes are most enjoyable just as they open!

8. Before you set off on your first run,
ensure you have warmed up every part of your body, including neck, shoulders, arms, wrists and legs. Stretch your legs with 3 sets of 10 bending movements with a 90 second interval between each set.

9. Start with a couple
of easy downhill runs to get warmed up.

10. Remember that fatigue generally
hits and accidents often occur after lunch and at the end of the day. To get a head-start on your next day, use your après-ski to do some light stretching, stay hydrated and go for quick swim if you can!