With a transfer time from Geneva airport of just 75 minutes, it’s easy to see why visitors to Morzine & Les Gets come back again and again.
Both resorts are ideal destinations for short-breaks, especially when you can pick up off-peak midweek flights from as little as £22 from the UK.
Ski passes are one of the biggest expenses that you can’t do without, to make the most of your mountain getaway. So, if you have more than one trip pencilled in on your calendar, it’s really worth looking at which option gives you the best value.
The range of offers can be somewhat bamboozling so here are a few highlights to look out for when shopping for the full area Portes du Soleil pass.
For example, if you have a 6 days of skiing plus an additional 3 day trip, adult (20–64 yrs) would pay €409.
However, if you are if you are under 26yrs old (born after 15/11/1992), a full season pass is just €380 if you buy before the 7th October, meaning you can ski as much as you like throughout the season.
Another option is the adult half-season pass costing €511, which allows you to ski for as many days as you want, from the 9th February onwards.
For those of you skiing as a family, a free child’s season pass (under 12 yrs) is offered with the purchase of an adult full area season pass until the 22nd November, which is a saving of €719.
Also, remember to bring your hands-free ski pass back every trip because you will accumulate bonus points that you can eventually trade in for free ski days. Note: there are also options to include carte neige insurance and cancelation insurance when you purhcase.
Why not treat yourself to a couple of days on the slopes with BASS this January or March? We'd love to see you.