About Lift Pass Options in Alpe d'Huez

Summer Hiking and Biking Options

Alpe d'huez has passes for hikers and bikers in the summer months as well as passes that grant you free days in the surrounding resorts of Les Deux Alpes, Puy St Vincent, Montgenevre and Serre Chevalier making Alpe d'huez the perfect place to base yourself whilst you explore the surrounding mountains.

 

 

Lift Pass Options for Alpe d'Huez - Summer

There is no shortage of activities to do in Alpe d'Huez during the summer and so to help you make the most of the surrounding terrain, it is worth considering one of the following lift pass options that will save you on leg power and offer great value for money. The prices below are for summer 2008 (June 28th to 31st August).

Lift Pass Options in Alpe d'Huez

In summer, Alpe d'Huez has a wonderful network of hiking and mountain biking trails for you to explore, made all the easier if you make use of the summer lift system.

As in winter, in order to use the lifts, you first need to purchase a ticket.  You can either do this on an individual basis for each lift that you wish to use; or a more economical option is to purchase a longer duration pass which gives you unlimited access to all the lifts in the area.  Day and half day tickets are available for hikers and bikers, as well as a number of non-consecutive day options which are valid for the whole summer. 
 
It is worth noting that a photo is compulsory for all non-consecutive day passes and they do not include the additional activites of the Carte Premium.
 
The Carte Premium is a multi-activity pass available with or without the lifts included, but includes access to the following ;
  • Heated outside swimming pool
  • Indooor skating rink
  • Palais des Sports sports centre
  • Tennis courts
  • Football pitch
  • Mini Golf
  • Museums
  • Shuttle buses

Mountain Bike Pass for Alpe d'Huez

Explore a resort with one of the longest vertical drop bike tracks in the World

With over 250kms of tracks and trails over eight resorts and a single, 32km, run with over two and a half thousand vertical metres Alpe d'Huez is a mountain bike destination with something for everyone. Serviced by nine adapted lifts Alpe d'Huez is home to five downhill tracks, thirty seven marked and maintained trails, three bikeparks, two North Shore areas, three pump tracks, two four cross tracks and the infamous Moutain of Hell.

 

Premium Pass Card

Your ticket to the best of Alpe d'Huez

The summer lifts are accessible for walkers and bikers with a Premium Pass Card. With this Pass you can use the lifts with bikes or on foot and you have access to over 30 activities including at the swimming pool, sports centre and tennis courts.

Premium and Premium + Passes are available from the Palais du sport which is open daily from 10am.

 

 

The Grande Galaxie Pass

Enjoy mountain biking in five resort with just one pass

Buy a Six Day Premium Pass in Alpe d'Huez and you will receive The Grand Galaxie Pass. This pass gives you access to five resorts in the area, you'll get access to 1 day in Deux Alpes, 1 day in Puy St Vincent, 1 day in Montgenevre and 1 day in the Serre Chevalier Valley.This gives you a total of 400km of tracks and trails with over 3500m of vertical descent and 27 lifts to help you access it.

The free days are only valid for the duration of your pass.

 

 

Location: Alpe d'Huez Valley