My partner was already up the mountain skiing with friends. I wanted to take my two children (aged just over two and a half and eighteen months) on the Telecabine as foot passengers to meet her for lunch. Children under the age of 5 travel free, however I was advised at the ticket office that unless I had documentation to prove they were under 5 then they would have to pay a full child fare. It cost me €8.50 for an adult and €7.50 per child just to take the Telecabine. Now I know that this isn't a great deal of money but I wondered just how many people carry around their child's birth certificate or passport, not many I imagine. I felt that this was just a cheap way of squeezing a bit more out the tourism that supports their Winter economy. The staff at the ticket office were very unhelpful and just kept pointing to a sign in the window which said I need to have proof of age for children. It was quite clear that both my children were well below the age limit, but they would not budge. Shame on Les Carroz.
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