Dear Customers,

We hereby summarize the required terms and conditions to access the ski area:

  • Italian Green Pass Rafforzato or equivalent certificate for all customers over per 12 years old. This certificate serves as proof that a person has been vaccinated against Covid-19 or is protected against the disease after having recovered. It is issued 15 days after the first vaccination dose, or immediately after the second and third doses. The Green Pass Rafforzato obtained with the first dose shot is valid until the scheduled date for the second dose, which depends on the type of vaccine received. The Green Pass Rafforzato obtained with the second dose is valid for 9 months until January 31st, 2022, while, starting February 1st, 2022, it is valid for 6 months. It is always valid for 6 months from the third dose. The Green Pass Rafforzato is also issued to recovered persons, and is valid for 6 months after recovery.
  • FFP2 mask on gondolas and cable cars; on skilifts and chairlifts, a surgical mask or equivalent is sufficient.
  • A civil liability insurance policy for skiers.
  • A LIMITED NUMBER OF USERS ALLOWED IN THE SKI AREA. Since the Aosta Valley has become a “zona arancione”, the number of users allowed in the ski area has been limited, in order to avoid any kind of gatherings. In order to ensure compliance with the applicable law and the skiers’ safety, Courmayeur Mont Blanc Funive S.p.A. constantly monitors its computer systems, so as to verify the number of the ski passes sold and of the people within the ski area. You can check the ticket availability status in the home page of our website in real time.

We recommend you to purchase your skipasses online, so as to be sure to have access to the ski area, since, in case of high turnout, the skipass ticket office and the pay stations may at any time suspend sales.

At the moment, no reservation is required for teleskipass and season pass holders, who may, therefore, go directly to the turnstiles. Please, refer to our website for any updates.

The general health and hygiene rules and regulations still apply, and, specifically, with regard to the ban from the lifts with a body temperature above 37.5°, as well as, the requirement to clean your hands. Customers are specifically required to wait in line in an orderly manner and keep a distance of at least one meter from other people while in line or at the lift terminals.

Chairlifts will travel at full capacity, while cable cars and gondolas may carry 80% of their usual capacity.

For detailed information on applicable anti-Covid rules and regulations:

The access routes to the lift terminals have also been changed. Specifically, only families with baby strollers, people with disabilities, and people with walking difficulties and their carers may use the elevators in the Dolonne gondola terminal (the use is limited to 4 persons per cabin). The internal and external stairs, as well as, the side road may be used only on foot when accessing the lift terminal both from the covered and uncovered parking lots.

We also remind you that all minors less than 18 years of age are required to use a safety helmet, pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 40/2021.