Méribel plans flexible pass

14th July 2010, by Chris Gill

Méribel is introducing another flexible lift pass, designed with the leisurely skier in mind who wants to pick and choose when he / she hits the slopes – and for how long.

The new Liberty pass will allow pay-as-you-go access locally and to the rest of the Three Valleys – with skiers and boarders paying only for the time spent on the mountain. As yet, the resort has not confirmed how it will all be calculated, but it will work using the hands free system, with skiers supplying credit card details at the time of purchase.

Resorts in the Three Valleys have gradually been revising lift passes to provide alternatives to the standard full day, or area, options. And introducing part-day choices that suit novices better too. A pay-as-you-go scheme has long been a suggestion by many visitors, for whom the week’s ski holiday does not necessarily mean dawn-til-dusk pounding the pistes. The problem with some part-day passes are that they still confine you to a start / finish time or must be used consecutively.

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