Because it saves time. If you already possess a keycard (either from Bardonecchia or any other ski resort that has adopted the Skidata system) it can be recharged online.
You can buy online here or in person at the Bardonecchia skipass office or at the kiosks and vendor machines in Campo Smith, Melezet and Jafferau.
Piazza Europa, 15
Tel: +39 0122 99137
Fax: +39 0122 902266
Opening hours 8.30-12.30 / 14.30-18.30
No, your liftpass is for personal use only, if you are checked you will be required to show proof of identity.
A keycard is a coded card that allows you to use the ski lifts hands free thanks to a radio transmitter that automatically opens the barriers at the base of each lift. It costs €2 and can be recharged when you want either at the skipass vendor kiosks or online at the web shop.
Yes, we offer various packages for example all inclusive white weeks, sporting afternoons and days out in the snow. School ski races can be organised on the slopes that are used every year for the student games. Contact us for any further information.
You can park at the bottom of the ski lifts of Campo Smith, Les Arnauds, Melezet and Jafferau. Click here to see the areas where parking is prohibited.
Yes, the Bardonecchia ski areas are served by an excellent network of free buses that connect the town and the railway station with the ski areas of Campo Smith, Les Arnauds, Melezet and Jafferau. Here you can find all the bus timetables.
There are areas reserved for coach parking close to the lifts of Campo Smith, Melezet and Jafferau
There are several at the bottom of Bardonecchia's slopes, you can find them all here. They will all be able to advise you on the equipment you'll need or the best course to take.
Yes, it is compulsory to wear a helmet and advisable to read carefully the rules and safety regulations displayed at the entrance to the park. You should use the structures responsibly and in keeping with your ability. You can find the regulations here.
It isn't compulsory, but it is advisable to book if you are a large group.
You can buy them online here or go in person to the tickets offices and vendor machines in Campo Smith
No, for safety reasons neither pregnant women nor dogs can ride the Coaster, sorry :(
Yes, Bardonecchia is also an outdoor paradise for non skiers/snowboarders. Here you can find all the outdoor sports and activities available and find what suits you best.
Call the piste security from one of the lift stations or by calling 112 and give your exact location ( name and number of the slope) , information that can be gained from the piste signs. At each station there are staff members trained to arrange the transportation of any injured persons to the nearest first aid station.
Yes, if you want to frequent the slopes you must have valid insurance that covers third party damage or injury. The lift company responsible for the slopes (excluding the cross country slopes) is obliged to offer insurance cover when you purchase your lift pass. Make sure you are covered.
Yes: All under 18s are required to wear a helmet and children under the age of 8 or under 125cm in height must be accompanied on the chairlift by an adult. It is also forbidden to consume alcohol on the slopes and to use the lifts after they are closed.