Ski Lifts in St-Luc Chandolin
St-Luc / Chandolin lift infrastructure features 15 ski lifts with a capacity of 13,180 riders per hour and includes direct access from the villages of St-Luc and Chandolin to the ski area. With more villages and ski areas close by, the Val d’Anniviers lift pass accesses nearly 50 ski lifts and over 200km of great skiing up to 3000 m.
Ski Lift System
Ski Lifts in St-Luc / Chandolin
15 ski lifts with a lift capacity of 13,180 riders per hour
Surface lifts 11 (8 T-bars and 3 moving carpet lifts)
Ski Lifts in Grimentz – Zinal
21 ski lifts with a lift capacity of 24,145 riders per hour
Cable cars 1 for 125 persons
Surface lifts 12 (9 T-bars and 3 moving carpets
Ski Lifts in Vercorin
10 ski lifts with a lift capacity of 8,275 riders per hour
Cable car 1
Surface lifts 6 (4 T-bars and 2 moving carpet lifts)
Ski Lift Passes in St-Luc / Chandolin, Val d’Anniviers
The full Val d’Anniviers ski pass is valid for all ski lifts serving 220km of ski runs across three ski areas – St-Luc / Chandolin, Grimentz-Zinal and Vercorin – and it’s cheaper and quicker to buy Val d’Anniviers ski passes online (minimum duration 2 days) and the earlier you book the less you pay. A 10% discount is automatically applied for any purchase made at least 30 days in advance and 5% for purchases at least 15 days in advance. Ski passes for children accompanied by an adult are discounted by 15% and Seniors (age 65 and over) also pay less.
Regular visitors also have the option of buying an annual pass valid from May until the end of the following winter season. The Magic Pass offers unlimited and unrestricted access to ski lifts in 60+ Swiss ski resorts. These include Villars-Gryon and Glacier 3000 in Vaud, and Anzerre, Leukerbad, and Saas-Fee in addition to Grimentz-Zinal, St-Luc / Chandolin and Vercorin in Val d’Anniviers.
St-Luc / Chandolin Ski Lift Company
Funiculaire St-Luc/Chandolin SA
Route du Funiculaire, 93
Tel: +41 27 476 15 50
Snow Conditions in St-Luc / Chandolin
St-Luc / Chandolin ski area typically receives between 150cm and 200cm natural snowfall each winter with snowfall including 30cm or more per month from December to April and snow falling on an average of 3-4 days per week in winter. Most of the ski area is between 1400m and 3000m so the slopes hold their snow well, but most of the St-Luc area faces south-west and can suffer from the sun, especially in the Spring.
Artificial Snowmaking in St-Luc / Chandolin
Natural snowfall is boosted by artificial snowmaking where needed with 100+ snow cannons covering 12% of the groomed ski slopes at St-Luc / Chandolin.