Planning a Chamonix ski holiday? Then be sure to check out the Chamonix lift prices for season 2011/12. When ski ing in Chamonix you have a number of choices as to the ski pass you buy all depending on your level of ski ing and the amount of area you are wanting to cover during your holiday. For those hard core skiers wanting to cover as much terrain as possible then the Mont-Blanc Unlimited pass is the pass for you. It gives you unlimited access to the three main ski areas (Brevent-Flegere, Le Tour and Grand Montets, plus, top
station Grand Montets, Aiguille du Midi, Montenvers train, Tramway du Mont Blanc, Les Houches, Courmayeur and Verbier.
For those looking for a pass a little easier on the legs and the pockets then the Chamonix Le pass is the pass for you.
The Chamonix Le Pass, is cheaper than the Mont-Blanc Unlimited and gives you access to the three main valley ski areas: Brevent-Flegere, Le Tour and Grand Montets. For those watching their pennies the Les Houches pass is the cheapest one available and gives access to Les Houches and all its fantastice terraib.To purchase your pass please visit the lift office or buy them online
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