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Forfaits (Lift passes) - Sierra Nevada

You can buy your ski pass in advance online, or in the many machines dotted around the resort © Michelle Chaplow
You can buy your ski pass in advance online, or in the many machines dotted around the resort

Forfaits (Lift passes) - Sierra Nevada

Ski lift passes are available in a variety of formats, depending on how many days you need.


One-day and up to seven-day pass
A one-day pass is the shortest available time; or choose the start and finish date of the period you want the pass, up to seven consecutive days. Cost: 46€ per day. 38€ for half day after 13.00 hrs.

Free use passes
Use these passes on whichever days you wish (in other words, they don’t have to be consecutive days). Available for five, ten, 15 or 20 days.

Family Pass
A Family pass, called a Forfait Fórmula Familiar, for between three and seven days. One or both adults must be less than 70 years old, and the children aged from six to 25.

Night-skiing pass
This pass is for night-skiing sessions (esqui nocturno), from 19.00 to 21.30 hrs, open to all ages. Night-skiing sessions take place on Saturdays: 28 January, and 4, 11, 18 and 25 February 2023.

Other passes
Passes for young children (Benjamin, aged five and under) and seniors (Senior+, aged 70 and over) are also available. In addition, you can get passes for the mobility challenged and discounts for large families (familia numerosa, three or more children).


Either individual, family or Tuesday to Friday.

Non Skier pass

You can also get Gondola (Cable Car) passes, with one return trip per day from Pradollano to Boreguilles. There are two chairlifts that can be riden by non skiers. This is the Jara ski chair and a return pass is 15€ adults. The Parador chairlift pass between zona Alta and Baja is 6.50 € down or 10€ return. In addition, season passes for both lifts are also available.


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