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HOW TO ACCESS THE SKI AREA

All the information on the new ways of accessing the Pila ski area.

19 November 2021

Dear guest of Pila,
below are some indications on how to access the ski area.
The general health rules are always valid:

  • do not show up at the plant in case of body temperature above 37.5 °
  • always line up in an orderly line and keep a distance of 1 meter in the queues and at the lifts boarding areas
  • sanitize your hands often
  • always wear the surgical mask and remove it only for skiing
  • obligation to wear an FFP2 mask to access “closed facilities” (gondola and cablecars)
  • obligation to have a green pass to access the closed lifts (Aosta Pila cable car and Gorraz Gran Grimod cable-car)

Open lifts (chairlifts) travel fully loaded, while closed lifts (gondola and cable-car) will carry 80% of the vehicle’s capacity.

IMPORTANT

STARTING FROM 10 JANUARY 2022 TO ACCESS THE LIFTS YOU NEED TO BE EQUIPPED WITH A “SUPER GREEN PASS”

THE ONLINE PURCHASE OF SKI PASSES IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO AVOID QUEUES AND QUICK ACCESS TO THE LIFTS

Purchase of daily or multi-day ski passes

  • If you already have a chip-card (from Pila or from other stations), you can buy your ski pass in advance by typing the identification number on the card and directly access the lifts
  • If you do not have a chip-card, buy the ticket online and collect it at the automatic distribution points or at our ticket offices. You will be able to reuse the chip-car you will be given with you skipass for subsequent online purchases and thus directly access the lifts.
  • The ticket offices of Pila and Aosta will in any case be open.

To directly access all the Aosta Valley ski areas without purchasing daily tickets at the cash desk or online, we recommend activating the TELESKIPASS service. This will lead to direct access the lifts of the area: at the end of the day, the customers of the service will automatically be charged, via credit card, with the amount due and relating to the chosen station, the type of skipass used (daily or half-day) and the type of rate to which they are actually entitled (baby, young, adult or senior).