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Tignes 2019/20 ski pass prices are out

Rates and opening dates for the upcoming winter season

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| Helen McGrory, Tignes Reporter | Published

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Tignes 2019/20 ski pass prices are out

The lift pass company in Tignes has recently confirmed the lift openings for autumn and winter 2019/20, as well as the ski pass prices for next season. Here's a brief rundown of what to expect.

The opening dates for this coming winter will be November 30th 2019 to May 3rd 2020 (snow conditions permitting). In Tignes, you can also get a quick snow fix right through the autumn, with skiing available on the Grande Motte glacier from September 29th 2019, but the larger part of the ski area will begin to open up from the end of November, snow conditions permitting.

In addition to the opening dates, we have also got our hands on the latest ski pass rates. This year, a one-day pass for the Tignes valley (including the glacier) will cost €51, with a slightly reduced rate of €41 per day available for the initial three weeks of the season. However, if you wish to explore every corner of this fantastic ski area, then the full Tignes-Val d'Isère pass will cost from €61 per day to €304 for six days, with options for longer duration tickets and whole season passes available. Good to know that, if you decide to stay local to the Tignes side of the mountain, you can still upgrade your local pass to the full area on a day-by-day basis for just €11 per day.

To put it in perspective, the Tignes ski area, with its 150kms of pisted terrain and 47 lifts, makes up one half of the legendary Tignes-Val d'Isère ski domain, giving you access to over 300kms of prepared trails and 90 ski lifts. There is terrain for all level of skiers and boarders to enjoy, with 20 green runs, 67 blues, 41 reds and 26 black runs. The two snowparks are a big draw for the freestyle crowd, with a halfpipe, numerous kickers, box features and technical rails, as well as an airbag for perfecting those new tricks.