Skiing in Matrei in Osttirol (East Tirol), © Tirol Werbung/Robert Pupeter
Skiing in Matrei in Osttirol (East Tirol), © Tirol Werbung/Robert Pupeter

Multi-Resort Ski Passes: Tirol’s Best Skiing on One Lift Ticket

Tirol’s multi-mountain passes are a great way to ski more than one mountain without breaking the bank.

If you’re looking for the best value for money or are planning more than one ski holiday this year, a multi-resort ski pass is your ticket to huge savings and fantastic resort choices. They also provide flexibility by allowing you to use your days consecutively or over the course of the entire season. Much of what makes Tirol's skiing so fantastic is the close proximity of its resorts and the unique qualities that can be experienced at each. There’s a wide range of tickets to choose from for the 2016-2017 season, from those covering all ski resorts of a single valley to the Tirol Snow Card, the world’s major multi-mountain season pass, which allows you to ski almost all of Tirol’s ski resorts with one pass. We have rounded the best passes all up here in one handy place.

Snow Card Tirol

© Snow Card Tirol

For a die-hard skier who wants to ski all of Tirol's top-flight mountains, the Snow Card Tirol is hard to beat. With access to more than 90 mountain lift companies, including the five glacier ski resorts, the Snow Card Tirol gives you the most skiing and riding and best value in the country. Over 3,000 kilometers of trails and runs, 1,100 ski lifts, breathtaking Alpine scenery and superb snow conditions combine to create a unique setting for unforgettable outdoor experiences with family, friends and the mountains itself.

Pricing information. For Euro 825 for an adult, Euro 659 for teens, Euro 413 for a child, or Euro 659 for disabled persons you get unlimited access to all ski resorts across Tirol. Little ones ages 5 years and under ski free. All resorts are serviced by complimentary shuttle services.

Validity period. October 01, 2019 to May 15, 2020 •

Why? With over 90 mountain lift companies, 5 glaciers, 3,000 kilometers of trails and runs and 1,100 ski lifts, the choices of where and what to ski/ride with the Snow Card Tirol from beginner to advanced terrain are staggering.

White 5

Skiing at Pitzal Glacier Ski Area, © Tirol Werbung/Verena Kathrein
Pitztal Glacier Ski Resort, © Tirol Werbung/W9 STUDIOS

The White 5 ski pass enables skiers to ski at all five glaciers of Tirol on one lift ticket. Topping out at 3,440 meters, Hintertux Glacier, Pitztal Glacier, Sölden-Ötztal Glacier, Stubai Glacier, and Kaunertal Glacier give guests access to wide-open groomers and to an elevated big mountain experience in the true sense of the word. The high elevation advantage translates to an abundance of natural snowfall every season and consistently good snow conditions well into summer. Hintertux Glacier hosts Austria’s one and only summer skiing experience – with year-round skiing, 365 days a year, the resort also boasts the longest snow season in Austria.

Pricing information. White 5 ski passes are Euro 410.00. They give pass holders the chance to ski or snowboard for a total of ten days on Tirol's glaciers in the 2018/2019 season. These ten days can be divided up between the region's five glacier ski resorts. White 5 provides flexibility by allowing you to use your days consecutively or over the course of the entire season. It’s an easy way to experience every resort. Ski where you want, when you want.

Validity period. October 01, 2018 to May 15, 2019 •

Why? Tirol’s glaciers boast the highest summits of any Tirol resort, making for deeper, higher quality snow, beautiful views and a season that can last until July. White 5 gives access to five great resorts with naturally divided skiable terrains for all ages and abilities. Count on great conditions all winter and deep into spring.

Silvretta Ski Pass

© Tirol Werbung/W9 STUDIOS

If you are looking to combine all the action of the Paznaun Valley ski resorts, Silvretta Ski Pass has just the ticket – literally: The Silvretta Ski Pass will give you access to 350 kilometers of trails and 73 gondolas and ski lifts of Ischgl-Samnaun, Galtür, Kappl and See ski resorts. Moreover, your Silvretta Ski Pass gets you free rides on Paznaun Valley ski buses and on public buses running between Landeck and Wirl in Galtür, so you can transition seamlessly between all valley resorts.

Pricing information. The Silvretta Ski Pass is available from 2 to 14 days. Adult 2-Day Silvretta Ski Passes are Euro 111.50 and children Euro 64.00, throughout the season. Flexible “5-out-of-7-day” ticket options for adults are Euro 276.00 during peak season and Euro 249.00 during off-peak season. Child tickets are Euro 158; senior tickets are Euro 249.00.

Validity period. November 28, 2019 to May 03, 2020

Why? Situated in the south-west of Tirol, Paznaun Valley is one of the ‘bucket list’ places for many skiers and boarders: the combination of amazing scenery, excellent skiing and riding for all abilities and a lively after ski scene makes it a great place to explore. The five ski areas have very different characters; Ischgl is the largest resort and definitely offers something for everyone.

Ski 6

Nauderix Kinderland at Nauders ski resort, © Tirol Werbung/Verena Kathrein

The Ski 6 Ski Pass gives you the option to explore six of Tirol Oberland’s most popular ski resorts at a discount. The pass covers Nauders-Bergkastel, Kaunertal Glacier, Fendels, Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis, and Venet. An amazing amount of terrain is encompassed within this interchangeable lift ticket, totaling 365 kilometers of trails served by over 70 ski lifts. The snow gods bestow an unbelievable amount of powder on all of these resorts.

Pricing information. Ski 6 Ski Passes are available from 4-day to 14-day passes. 20-day passes are available during peak season (December 21, 2019 to January 10, 2020 and January 25, 2020 to March 13, 2020, March 28, 2020 to April, 13 2020). Adult 4-Day Ski 6 Ski Passes are Euro 195,50 and children Euro 119.50 during off-peak season (December 7 to 20, 2019, January 11 to 24, 2020, March, 14 to 27, 2020 and April, 14 to 19 2020). Peak season passes are Euro 215 for adults and Euro 126.50 for children. Adult 20-Day Ski 6 Ski Passes are Euro 684.00 and children Euro 395.00. Seniors qualify for discounted lift tickets.

Validity period. December 7, 2019 to April 19, 2020

Why? Ski 6 gives access to the ultimate winter experience offering diverse terrain choices across six distinctive mountain resorts, all accessible with one lift ticket. Individually, key attributes allow each to shine for different reasons. All offer childcare centers, activities for the entire family, terrain parks and amazing freeriding terrains. Kaunertal Glacier Ski Resort boasts a season that can last until June.

Ski Plus City Pass

Stubai Glacier, © André Schönherr

Unique worldwide, the Ski Plus City Pass available from winter 2019/20 in the Innsbruck region and the Stubai Valley, combines the pleasures of skiing with cultural highlights, sightseeing and family days out. Included in the price are 40 different attractions and activities, not least access to 13 ski resorts with a total of 308 kilometres of pistes – from the Nordkette to the Stubai Glacier. Holders can also visit the Golden Roof Museum in Innsbruck and the Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens as well as enjoying free access to a number of swimming pools and use of the Sightseer Innsbruck shuttle bus.

Pricing information. The pass is available for anywhere between 2 and 21 days. A two-day pass costs €111 for adults, €78 for youths, €55 for children and €94 for senior citizens.

Validity period. 1 October 2019 to 5 May 2020

Why? The Ski Plus City Pass is available to everyone but is particularly aimed at visitors who enjoy combining skiing with urban, cultural and other highlights on holiday.

Ötztal Super Ski Pass

Skiing in Sölden, © Ötztal Tourismus

From the 2018/19 season the Ötztal Valley will become the latest region to introduce a "super ski pass" covering all resorts in what is the longest side valley in Tirol, including the international hotspots of Sölden and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl. All in all the lift pass covers six ski areas with 90 lifts and 356 kilometres of pistes – from the family-friendly Hochoetz-Kühtai, Niederthai, Gries and Vent to the snowsure Rettenbachferner glacier resort with slopes up to 3,250m. Also included in the pass is admission to the 007 ELEMENTS James Bond installation and the Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum with its collection of classic and vintage motorbikes.

Pricing information. The Ötztal Super Ski Pass is available for anywhere from 3 to 14 days, including two special options (ski on any 5 of 7 days or ski on any 11 of 14 days). The three-day pass costs Euro 163 for adults, Euro 90 for children, Euro 130,50 for youths and Euro 139 for senior citizens. The "5-out-of-7" offer costs Euro 276 at full price and as little as Euro 152 for those entitled to a discount. Lift passes for adults are cheaper during early season and the periods between the high seasons at Christmas, February and Easter.

Validity period. November 14, 2019 to April 26, 2020 (for three-day passes) •

Why? The Ötztal Valley offers a wide range of pistes for all ages and abilities. The Ötztal Super Ski Pass is ideal for everyone from families looking for a fun holiday to ambitious skiers in search of snowsure glacier slopes.

Zillertal Super Ski Pass

Terrace at the Kristallhütte hut in Hochzillertal, © Tirol Werbung/Josef Mallaun

In scenic Zillertal Valley, skiers and riders can access to some of the most legendary terrain in Tirol on a single lift ticket, the Zillertal Super Ski Pass. Together the four resorts of Zillertal Arena, Zillertal 3000 Ski and Glacier World, First Holiday Region and Mayrhofen offer over 508 skiable kilometers and 179 lifts. When the ski day is over, your Super Ski Pass gets you a free ride on Zillertal rail and buses, so you can transition seamlessly between the valley resorts.

Pricing information. Super Ski Passes are available from 2-day to 21-day passes. Adult 2-Day Super Ski Passes are Euro 105.50 and children Euro 47.50. Zillertal’s most flexible lift ticket option is the multi-day ski pass: Buying a 4-Day Lift Ticket, you can save compared to purchasing 4 single-day lift tickets. It also provides flexibility by allowing you to use your four days consecutively or on four out of six. Adult Multi 4-Day Lift Tickets are Euro 204.00 and children Euro 92.00. One-day lift tickets and season passes are offered as well.

Validity period. December 01, 2018 to April 22, 2019

Why? One destination, four experiences. Zillertal Valley is home to four distinctive mountain resorts. Combined, the resorts boast over 508 kilometers of skiing and riding and 179 ski lifts, all accessible with one lift ticket.

Kitzbühel Alps AllStarCard

Kitzbühel Ski Resort, © Tirol Werbung

25 ski resorts, unlimited access to over 2,750 kilometers of diverse terrain, 916 gondolas and ski lifts and glacier skiing that tops out at 3,200 meters – the mighty AllStarCard promotes skiing and riding at an eclectic mix of Kitzbühel Alps’ resorts including Tirol stalwarts Kitzbühel-Kirchberg ski resort and the ski resorts of Wilder Kaiser-Brixental SkiWorld, St. Johann, Alpbachtal Valley, and Skizirkus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, to name but a few.

Pricing information. AllStarCard Ski Passes are available from 1-day to 14-day passes. Adult 1-Day Ski Passes are Euro 59.00 and discounted Euro 29.00. Adult 14-Day Ski Passes are Euro 489.00 and discounted Euro 244.00. With the flexible 10-day choice ticket, you can save compared to purchasing 10 single-day lift tickets. Adult 10-Day Choice Ski Passes are Euro 518.00 and discounted Euro 258.00. It provides flexibility by allowing you to use your 10 days consecutively or over the course of the entire season. Adult Season Passes are Euro 725.00 and discounted Euro 353.00.

Validity period. October 13, 2018 to May 01, 2019

Why? Tirol’s AllStarCard ski resorts deliver finest snow conditions, different elevations, and vast acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert skiing and snowboarding and a genuine Tirol atmosphere.

SkiHit East Tirol

Ski resort in Lienz, © Martin Lugger

The SkiHit East Tirol ski pass gives holders access to an incredible nine ski areas. It is valid not only in all seven ski resorts in East Tirol – from Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei to Lienz and Skizentrum Sillian-Hochpustertal – but also in the resorts of Mölltal Glacier and Ankogel in the neighbouring province of Carinathia. Thanks to its location on the southern side of the Main Alpine Ridge, this region has very snowsure slopes and at the same time many hours of sunshine. Despite these optimal conditions, the pistes are not overcrowded and there are almost no lift queues. Visitors can look forward to pistes catering for all abilities, from easy practice areas all the way through to World Cup pistes and even glacier skiing up to 3,122 metres above sea level.

Pricing information. The SkiHit pass is available for anywhere between 1.5 and 14 days. There are also two options which mean skiers can use it on any 5 out of 7 days or any 10 out of 14 days. The 1.5-day pass costs €87 in the high season for adults and €43.50 for children and youths. The "5 from 7" pass costs €239 as standard, €119.50 for concessions. Children up to the age of 5 years in the company of their parents ski for free.

Validity period. 01.09.2019 until 31.08.2020 • 

Why? Perfect for winter sports enthusiasts who want to try out lots of resorts in East Tirol as well as the Mölltal Glacier and the Ankogel resort in Carinthia.

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