Winter holidays aren’t just for skiers. There’s lots to do and see for everybody – even if you don’t ski. Make the most of your winter holiday deal.
It’s the ski season and all your friends are badgering you to come with them on this great winter holiday deal they found even though they know you can’t ski? Perhaps you want to go to Val Thorens for a ski holiday but the kids aren’t interested in learning so you have to have something for them to entertain themselves with.
So what is there for all those non-skiers to do when they tag along with the family or friends on a winter ski holiday?
You Don’t have to Ski to Have Fun in the Snow
There’s usually a lot to do and see for the non-skier, in the resort, on the slopes and in the surrounding area. The problem is just getting there, or to be more precise, the cost. Using the cable cars and ski lifts costs money and for families or groups travelling with a number on non-skiers, the cost of using this essential type of “public transport” can mount up and eat into the budget you set aside for your winter holiday deal.
Cut Costs, Maximise Fun
The Val Thorens Pedestrian Six Day Pass is the perfect solution for all those who want to experience a great winter holiday in the snow but don’t ski.
The basic pass costs €70 and gives you access to nine ski lifts. You’ll easily and economically be able to explore the area and its amazing landscapes and views as you stroll along the marked pedestrian trails. After an invigorating walk, enjoy a smack or a warm drink at one of the mountain restaurants or just sit back and look over the Bellville Valley or gaze up at the summit of Mount Blanc.
But if you want to make the most of what this amazing ski resort has to offer, then consider the €115 Six Day Privilege Pedestrian Pass. As well as access to all nine ski lifts and cable cars, the Privilege Pass offers a lot, lot more.
• Enjoy the thrills of a free 45-minute toboggan ride on Le Toboggan. Take the Peclet Cable car ride to 3000 meters and race down the specially constructed toboggan run. After your first ride, you get a 50% reduction for the second. Just be aware that he Le Toboggan pass is not valid for night rides.
• Access to the Val Thorens Sports Centre from 2pm to 10pm. Enjoy the pool, whirlpool, saunas, Turkish bathArticle Search, Jacuzzis and all the other facilities available. Some facilities and activities may involve an extra charge.
• Enjoy a whole range of discounts:
o 15% on the Ice Waterfall & Olympics
o 15% on Treasure Hunt and Igloo Building
o 20% at the Val Thorens bowling alley.
o 50% for a snowshoe outing
o And even more…
Using the Val Thorens Pedestrian Pass and Privilege Pass will make your winter holiday deal even more attractive. All you non-skiers won’t have to miss out on the fun!